35 Years Since Chernobyl Nuclear Accident – Nuclear Energy Must Be Used in a Way to Ensure Safety of Citizens and Environment
Belgrade, 26 April 2021 – Serbian Radiation and Nuclear Safety and Security Directorate (SRBATOM) organized online conference “Sustain Nuclear Safety: Chernobyl 35 Years After”, on 35 years since one of the greatest nuclear accidents in the history of humankind.
The participants in the international conference Workshop on Justification of practices in the medical field and non-medical imaging exposures on 21 and 22 April 2021 via Zoom application were the representatives of the European Commission, the International Atomic Energy Agency, the United Nations Scientific Committee on the Effects of Atomic Radiation (UNSCEAR), the International Commission on Radiological Protection (ICRP), European professional organizations, and numerous national and European experts.
To mark 35 years since the Chernobyl nuclear accident as one of the gravest accidents in the history of humankind with a significant impact on nuclear energetics and safety worldwide, on 26 April, Serbian Radiation and Nuclear Safety and Security Directorate (SRBATOM) organizes the online conference Sustain Nuclear Safety: Chernobyl – 35 Years After.
The International Atomic Energy Agency – Virtual NLO TCEU Meeting – Overview of Regional Projects for 2022-2023 Cycle
The IAEA’s Technical Cooperation Division for Europe organized a virtual event on 30 and 31 March 2021, convening the representatives of 33 Member States, in which, the Republic of Serbia was represented by the director of Serbian Radiation and Nuclear Safety and Security Directorate, Mr Sladjan Velinov as the National Liaison Officer (NLO) with the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA). The meeting served to present 17 new project designs, and 10 regional projects from the previous cycle continuing until 2023.
Serbian Radiation and Nuclear Safety and Security Directorate (SRBATOM), with the support of the Provincial Secretariat for Urban Planning and Environmental Protection and Color Media Communications is carrying out the project of Zelena Srbija in 2021.
Zrenjanin was the first city this year out of ten planned cities and municipalities that recognized the importance of this project and made arrangements for some 40 cherry-plum seedlings to be planted in Vojvode Petra Bojovica Street.
The Directorate, as a socially responsible institution, implemented the “Zelena Srbija” project in cooperation with numerous diplomatic missions in Belgrade
Serbian Radiation and Nuclear Safety and Security Directorate is a separate and functionally independent regulatory body conducting regulatory, expert and other related executive duties in the field of radiation and nuclear safety and security. We talked about the protection of the environment, as well as the social responsibility of the Directorate in this area, with the Director of the Directorate, Sladjan Velinov.
Belgrade, 16 March, 2021 – The Director of Serbian Radiation and Nuclear Safety and Security Directorate (SRBATOM), Sladjan Velinov participated in the introductory session of the European Transportation Security Series (ERTSS) for nuclear and other radioactive material, which is jointly organized and hosted by the National Commission for Nuclear Activities Control (CNCAN) and the United States Department of Energy, National Nuclear Security Administration.
Директорат за радијациону и нуклеарну сигурност и безбедност Србије (СРБАТОМ) организовао је онлајн конференцију поводом 10 година од нуклеарног акцидента у Фукушими под називом „Нуклеарна сигурност данас: Фукушима – 10 година после“.
Belgrade, 11 March 2021. – Serbian Radiation and Nuclear Safety and Security (SRBATOM) organized an online conference on 10 years since the nuclear accident in Fukushima under the name: Sustain Nuclear Safety: Fukushima – 10 Years After.
On 11 March 2021, starting at 10 am, Serbian Radiation and Nuclear Safety and Security Directorate (SRBATOM) organizes an online conference commemorating 10 years since Fukushima Daiichi nuclear accident under the title ‘Nuclear Safety Today: Fukuhima – 10 years later’.
His Excellency, Mr Takahiko Katsumata, the Ambassador of Japan to Serbia, and Mr Sladjan Velinov, SRBATOM’s Director will open the conference.