EU Ambassador to Ukraine Jan Tombinski handed modern equipment for the training center in Zaporizhia nuclear power plant. This was reported in the press service of the EU Delegation to Ukraine.
It is planned that the center at Zaporizhia nuclear power plant to fully resume its work in 2016. Currently, 23 laboratories are working within the entity. Also the simulator of nuclear reactor to be switched in the nearest future. National Training Centre, which is financed by the European Union and the Government of Ukraine is a modern training facility for employees of nuclear power plants.
Watch the video
Recalling, the EU has allocated financial assistance amounting to 14 mln EUR for the World Programme "Instrument for Nuclear Safety Co-operation". The cooperation with non-EU countries includes the promotion and development of effective regulatory frameworks, technical support to regulatory bodies, nuclear operators and national technical safety organisations, including in the field of nuclear safeguards, radioactive waste management and emergency preparedness. EU support is aimed at ensuring that nuclear safety is the leading concept in regulatory and legal frameworks and operational decisions in non-EU countries.