Finland and Belgium in the IUEC?

On September 1, Russia’s Federal Service for Ecological, Technological and Nuclear Oversight (Rostekhnadzor) “reportedly ^ru^”:http://www.nuclear.ru/rus/press/other_news/2110566/ issued a license to the International Uranium Enrichment Center (IUEC) joint-stock company that allows it to handle nuclear materials. (This follows an August 25 presidential decree that I “mentioned earlier”:http://www.totalwonkerr.net/1696/angarsk-iuec-can-now-own-nuclear-materials.)

I somehow missed this, but I guess there is now “talk ^ru^”:http://www.nppzap.zaporizhzhe.ua/news/nuclear/830 of *Finland and Belgium as potential IUEC participants (South Korea has been mentioned before)*. Though I should note that I don’t yet have access to any of the papers that were presented at the World Nuclear Association symposium earlier this month (this is seemingly where discussions with potential participants took place). Hmm…

*Update*: I think these surprising news just might call for “*the lemur*”:http://www.totalwonkerr.net/1704/je-blog.

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