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Signing of an agreement EURATOM/Canada on the enrichment, handling and storage of nuclear materials

Wilhelm Haferkamp, Vice-President of the CEC in charge of External Relations including Nuclear Affairs, and Etienne Davignon, Vice-President of the CEC in charge of Industrial Affairs, Energy, Euratom Supply Agency, Research and Science and the Joint Research Centre, received Richard M. Tait, Head of the Mission of Canada to the EC, on the occasion of the signing of an agreement EURATOM/Canada on the enrichment, handling and storage of nuclear materials.
Signing of an agreement EURATOM/Canada on the enrichment, handling and storage of nuclear materials
Signing of the agreement by Richard M. Tait and Wilhelm Haferkamp, in the presence of ...
Reference: P-005011
Date: 18/12/1981
Signing of an agreement EURATOM/Canada on the enrichment, handling and storage of nuclear materials
Exchange of signatures between Richard M. Tait, on the left, and Wilhelm Haferkamp
Reference: P-005011
Date: 18/12/1981
Signing of an agreement EURATOM/Canada on the enrichment, handling and storage of nuclear materials
Richard M. Tait and Wilhelm Haferkamp and Etienne Davignon (seated from left to right)
Reference: P-005011
Date: 18/12/1981

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