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To 'enable' prompt assistance and to 'facilitate' international cooperation in the face of a nuclear or radiological emergency.
The Convention was modelled on the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) guidelines entitled: Guidelines for Mutual Emergency Assistance Arrangements in Connection with a Nuclear Accident or Radiological Emergency 1984.
The Convention provides a framework within which assistance may be sought and given.
Key articles Article 2:
A State Party may seek assistance either:
directly from another State Party or
through the IAEA
It is important to
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