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July 2000
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Armenia
Bulgaria
Czech Republic
Hungary
Kazakhstan
Lithuania
Russia
Slovakia
Ukraine
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- Kozloduy completes thermal-hydraulic analysis for EOI validation

Russia
- DOE’s Dr. James Turner and Secretary of Energy’s Advisory Board visit Russian nuclear organizations
- Project team assesses progress on Smolensk safe-shutdown analysis
- Committees review progress on Leningrad in-depth safety assessment

Ukraine
- Rivne safety assessment work resumes under new management
- Physical security upgrades under way at Khmelnytskyy
- Reliability database being implemented at Khmelnytskyy
- International Chornobyl Center hosts nuclear safety center representatives

Armenia
- Agreements reached on preliminary decommissioning plan for Armenia

Cross-Cutting Activities
- IAEA working group discusses stress corrosion cracking in RBMK reactors
- Ukraine and Bulgaria to collaborate on VVER-related projects

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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