VIENNA — A major international conference reviewing the aftermath of the Fukushima disaster in Japan in March 2011 wrapped up Friday calling for more to be done to improve nuclear safety.
“We have made headway in the current stage in drawing lessons from the Fukushima accident through this meeting,” said China’s Li Ganjie, president of the Convention on Nuclear Safety meeting, in closing remarks.
“But the process of learning lessons is far from finished. The international community needs to further enhance communication and raise their awareness to a new level … and reflect upon the accident from a broader perspective.
“Measures have to be taken to avoid recurrence of similar accidents while guarding against the harm of radiation,” Li said after the five-day meeting at International Atomic Energy Agency headquarters in Vienna.
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