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Press Arrangements for IAEA Board of Governors Meeting, Starting 13 September 2010

1 September 2010 | The IAEA Board of Governors will convene a regular meeting at the Agency´s headquarters starting at 10:30 a.m. CET on Monday, 13 September 2010, in Boardroom A of the M-Building, in the Vienna International Centre (VIC).

Director General Yukiya Amano will open the meeting with an introductory statement. His statement will be released to journalists after delivery and posted on the IAEA website the same day. DG Amano is also expected to hold a press conference on Monday, 13 September 2010, at 2:30 p.m.

Reports by the Director General on the Implementation of the NPT Safeguards Agreement and Relevant Provisions of Security Council Resolutions in the Islamic Republic of Iran, and on the Implementation of the NPT Safeguards Agreement in the Syrian Arab Republic, will be discussed.

Board discussions are also expected on issues related to Israeli nuclear capabilities, IAEA technical cooperation programs, and the safe disposal of radioactive waste.

The Board discussions are closed to the press.

Photo-Op:

There will be a photo opportunity at the beginning of each morning and afternoon session.

Press Working Area:

Journalists may use the Press Room on the M-Building´s ground floor starting from 09:00 on Monday, 13 September 2010. This room will be dedicated to working press for the entire week.

Accreditation:

Journalists wishing to cover the event must email Juanita Pérez-Vargas or call [43-1] 2600-21279 / [43-1] 2600-21273.

You are required to bring a valid press ID card.

Due to UN security requirements, only satellite trucks are allowed to enter the VIC. Details of satellite trucks (names of crew, affiliations and license plate numbers) must be sent by close of business (CET) Thursday, 9 September 2010 to Juanita Pérez-Vargas; tel.: [43-1] 2600-21279 or 21273.

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