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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 note that the accident or emergency for which assistance is sought need not have occurred in the territory or jurisdiction of the requesting State.
When making a request for assistance a State must provide information as to the type and level of assistance being sought.
A State Party of whom a request is made must respond promptly either
directly to the requester State or
The State of whom a request is made must notify the requester
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