EU, IAEA Help Lebanon Strengthen Radiation Detection Capabilities at Borders
The E.U., in cooperation with the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), has been assisting Lebanon in improving radiation detection capabilities at borders. The project, launched in August 2008, involves deployment of stationary and portable radiation detection instruments, related training, development of an effective institutional framework, and strengthening the cooperation among national stakeholders.
Abstract Number: 20101028
Headline: EU, IAEA Help Lebanon Strengthen Radiation Detection Capabilities at Borders
Date: 10 January 2010
Bibliography: "EU helps Lebanon control movement of radioactive material," Global Arab Network, 10 January 2010, www.english.globalarabnetwork.com
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