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May 2000
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Armenia
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- New program director conducts first review of project sites in Ukraine

Russia
- Contract awarded for Novovoronezh safety parameter display system
- Simulator instructor training program being transferred to Russia

Ukraine
- U.S. nuclear power plants host workshop for Ukrainian specialists
- Second safety parameter display system up and running at Zaporizhzhya
- South Ukraine’s second safety parameter display system passes site acceptance tests
- Rivne implements new training program
- Zaporizhzhya staff receive root cause analysis training
- Plans discussed for safety analysis code repository

Armenia
- System installation and testing completed

Lithuania
- Ignalina nuclear safety projects reviewed
- Lithuanian nuclear expert participates in technical exchange

Cross-Cutting Events
- International working group meets
- Computer code validation effort reviewed

Planned Activities

Previous Activity Reports (April 1996 to Present)

The Activity Report is prepared by Pacific Northwest National Laboratory for the U.S. Department of Energy Office of International Nuclear Safety and Cooperation under Contract DE-AC06-76RLO 1830.


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