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Recognising the principle of the free movement of nuclear materials, equipment and non-nuclear materials within the Community, set out in the Euratom Treaty; and “the NCA between the United Kingdom and Canada is the last ANCA required to comply with a legal requirement set out in the Nuclear Safeguards Act 2018, to apply to all instruments necessary to ensure the continuity of civil nuclear trade with international partners after the UK`s withdrawal from Euratom,” he added. 2. Nuclear materials, non-nuclear equipment and materials transferred in accordance with this agreement and nuclear materials that are produced or produced as by-products may only be used for peaceful purposes; nor should they be used for nuclear explosive devices, for research or development of such a device. Cooperation Agreement between the European Atomic Energy Community (EURATOM Treaty) and the Government of Canada on the Peaceful Use of Atomic Energy 4. If Japan detonates a nuclear explosive device, the Community has the right to paragraph 1. Can`t finish for the first day. However, in some cases, the agreement will be in effect shortly after the first day. 2. When the Community or one of the Member States of the Community, with an unknown person as the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, as well as the French Republic, name a nuclear explosive device, the Japanese Government has the right to paragraph 1. Noting that, in all Community Member States, nuclear safety measures are applied in all Community Member States, in accordance with the Treaty of 25 March 1957 (`Euratom Treaty`); Eager to conclude long-term cooperation agreements in the area of peaceful and non-explosive use of nuclear energy in a predictable and practical manner, which takes into account the needs of their respective nuclear energy programmes and facilitates trade, research and development and other cooperation activities between Japan and the Community; The three bilateral NCAs will soon be subject to ratification by the British Parliament, along with the two nuclear protection agreements signed with the International Atomic Energy Agency in June. The aim is to ensure that they can enter into force at the end of March next year “in the unlikely event” of the absence of a Brexit deal, he said. The agreed levels of protection to be provided by the Government of Japan, the governments of the Member States of the Community and, if applicable, the European Commission for the use, storage and transport of nuclear materials in accordance with the attached table, contain at least the following protective features: internal nuclear power plants specifically intended for use in a nuclear reactor in accordance with paragraph 1 , including reactor support columns, fuel channels, thermal protections, diaphragms, grid plates and diffuser plates. 1.

In accordance with Article 2 of this agreement, the parties are developing cooperation in the field of research and development in favour of the peaceful and non-explosive use of nuclear energy between them and their agencies and, for the Community, to the extent that they fall under their specific programmes. Parties or their agencies may, if necessary, authorize the participation of researchers and organizations from all research sectors, including universities, laboratories and the private sector. Contracting parties also facilitate cooperation between people in this area.