Institute for Geological and Mining Investigation and Exploration of Nuclear and Other Raw Materials

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Last Updated: June 1, 2004
Other Name: N/A
Location: Belgrade
Subordinate To: Formerly under the Directorate for Nuclear Raw Materials; current authority is unclear, most likely it is the Ministry of Energy and Mines
Size: Numerous outposts/projects
Facility Status: N/A

From its inception, this institute was responsible for uranium exploration in Yugoslavia. It was probably folded into the Nuclear Raw Minerals Survey when that organization was established in 1955. Its present status is unknown.

Source: Andrew Koch, "Yugoslavia's Nuclear Legacy: Should We Worry?" The Nonproliferation Review, Spring/Summer 1997,

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