In 2011 bilateral meetings were held between representatives of NRA SR, the ministries and other stakeholders, and the delegations from Hungary, Czech Republic, Poland, Austria and Slovenia.

Based on an official request from the Government of the Republic of Austria, submitted to the Chairperson of NRA SR, on 6 and 7 June 2011 the Preliminary Safety Report (PRESAR) on the Project of Units 3&4 of NPP Mochovce was made available to the Austrian experts. The group of experts led by the representative of the Federal Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Water Management and Environment of Austria studied the documentation made available with the possibility of consulting it with the present representatives of NRA SR and SE, a. s.

In July 2011, bilateral meeting was held in Bratislava on the basis of an Agreement between the Ministry of Economy of SR and the Federal Regulator of Russia for nuclear and radiation safety (ROSTECHNADZOR) on cooperation in the field of state supervision over safety in utilization of nuclear energy. Bilateral meeting focused on the activities of regulatory authorities resulting from the situation after the events in Fukushima and also on the current issues in the activities of regulators. From 8 to 14 October 2011 the Chairperson of NRA SR visited Indonesia, where she met the top representatives of the Agency for Nuclear Regulation of Indonesia (BAPETEN). During this meeting a Memorandum of Understanding was signed between NRA SR and BAPETEN on exchange of technical information and cooperation in the field of nuclear safety. At the invitation of the chairperson of NRA SR then in December a bilateral meeting between NRA SR and BAPETEN was held in Bratislava with the participation of the Ambassador of Indonesia to SR, where they discussed mainly on the possibilities of future cooperation between the nuclear regulatory authorities of both countries.

In cooperation with the Embassy of SR in Kuala Lumpur, in September 2011 NRA SR organized a bilateral meeting between the Slovak organizations (NRA SR, VUJE, a. s., JAVYS, a. s., SE, a. s. JESS, a. s., OIK) and the representatives of Malaysian Nuclear Agency with the aim to discuss potential areas of cooperation between the two countries in the field of nuclear energy and nuclear safety.

In October, a delegation from the Japanese Nuclear Safety Commission visited NRA SR, which presented a summary of events at Fukushima NPP, as well as an overview of the stress tests at the NPPs in Japan.

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