A report on the IAEA Web site states that an International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) International Complementary Safety Assessment Review Mission will conduct a visit to Japan next week to assist the nation’s development of a comprehensive assessment of the safety of existing nuclear power plants.
Arranged at the request of the Japanese government, the 10-member team will consist of IAEA nuclear experts and international specialists who will hold meetings with Japanese officials in Tokyo and conduct a site visit to the Ohi Nuclear Power Plant in Fukui Prefecture.
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