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International co-operation in peaceful uses of nuclear energy and the question of the proliferation of Nuclear Weapons

In recent years, the development of nuclear power has assumed a key role in many energy programmes and consequently there has been an expansion and diversification of international co-operation in the peaceful uses of nuclear energy. An increasing number of States are involved in co-operation agreements in this field, as suppliers or as recipients, and the range of items covered by such agreements has broadened to include—in addition to nuclear fuel material and power reactors—facilities for the fabrication of nuclear fuels and for the treatment of those fuels after irradiation in power reactors.

Related Subject(s): Disarmament
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