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What does IAEA mean?

International Atomic Energy Agency: The Vienna-based IAEA (part of the United Nations) is the global focal point for nuclear co-operation and promotes the peaceful use of atomic energy. It gives guidance on nuclear safety and verifies that members comply with their safeguard obligations and use nuclear material only for peaceful purposes.

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