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Signing of a cooperation agreement between the Japan Atomic Energy Research Institute and the EEC (Euratom)

Frans Andriessen, Vice-President of the CEC in charge of External Relations and Trade Policy and Cooperation with other European Countries, met with Kabun Muto, Japanese Minister for International Trade and Industry, as a meeting between the Commission and Japanese Ministers was held on 29 May 1990.
On 28 May 1990 agreement was signed between the Japan Atomic Energy Research Institute (JAERI) and the Euratom, it provided a framework of cooperation for the development, testing and exchange of information on specific safeguard techniques developed at the Joint Research Center and at JAERI.
Signing of a cooperation agreement between the Japan Atomic Energy Research Institute and the EEC (Euratom)
Signing of the agreement by the official from the Japan Atomic Energy Research Institute, ...
Reference: P-007419
Date: 29/05/1990
Signing of a cooperation agreement between the Japan Atomic Energy Research Institute and the EEC (Euratom)
Exchange of the agreement by the official from the Japanese Institute for Nuclear ...
Reference: P-007419
Date: 29/05/1990
Signing of a cooperation agreement between the Japan Atomic Energy Research Institute and the EEC (Euratom)
Handshake between Kabun Muto, on the right, and Frans Andriessen
Reference: P-007419
Date: 29/05/1990

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