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About Andrzej Strupczewski

Professor Dr. Andrzej Strupczewski, chairman of Nuclear Safety Commission at the National Centre for Nuclear Research, expert in nuclear safety with the experience of fifty years, including the work for the International Atomic Energy Agency as the leading officer on reactor safety and for European Commission TACIS programme, 40 missions to various countries on nuclear safety problems and intensive involvement in comparative risk assessment for various energy sources.

The first Polish nuclear plant will eventually be built

Development of nuclear energy in many countries has overcome the temporary slowdown following the Fukushima accident that was caused by the largest seismic and tsunami events in Japanese history. China, India, Korea, and Russia now have intensive nuclear power programmes, in the USA four new nuclear units are being built, and in Japan restarts of nuclear power plants are under way.

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