Euratom


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Euratom:

see European Atomic Energy CommunityEuropean Atomic Energy Community
(Euratom or EAEC), economic organization that came into being as the 3d treaty organization of what has become the European Union; established by the Treaty of Rome (1958).
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"So EDF have to be able to plan around the implications of leaving Euratom, if that's what they're going to be doing.
"Euratom wanted to verify these sources during the recent Physical Inventory Verification.
EU and Euratom are supranational administrative bodies.
Energy minister Lord Henley said the triggering ofArticle 50to leave the EU also started the process for leaving Euratom - so it was a "done deal".
Euratom is the shortened name for the European Atomic Energy Community, which is under the jurisdiction of the European Court of Justice but not the EU.
Dr Jenifer Baxter, head of energy and environment and lead author, said: "In order to secure the future of the UK nuclear industry, the government must look to replace mechanisms currently provided through Euratom which allow for international trade and provide assurances on nuclear safety, nuclear proliferation and environmental issues."
The proposed decision is based on Article 7 of the Euratom Treaty.
Another issue was whether, under article 75 of the Euratom treaty, any export of uranium is covered by EU controls, if a similar consignment of material is to be returned to the exporter in the future.
The EU Council gave the green light, on 8 December 2012, to continuing cooperation between Switzerland and the European Atomic Energy Community (Euratom).
The EU Council gave the green light, on 8 December, to continuing cooperation between Switzerland and the European Atomic Energy Community (Euratom).