IAEA experts examining ceiling collapse at Chernobyl nuclear power plant


The International Atomic Energy Agency has dispatched a delegation of experts to inspect the work at the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant after the partial collapse of ceiling and wall constructions in the turbine room of the Number 4 reactor on February 12th, 2013.  The delegation will assess the status of cleanup operations, the supervision of building structures, the on-site safety culture, evaluate the consequences of the event, and plans to release a report of their investigation when completed.

Source: Interfax

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