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Annual Report 2003

Annual Report 2003

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Published by IAEAInformation
Typically issued in July each year, the IAEA Annual Report summarizes and highlights developments over the past year in major areas of the Agency´s work. It includes a summary of major issues, activities, and achievements, and status tables and graphs related to safeguards, safety, and science and technology.
Typically issued in July each year, the IAEA Annual Report summarizes and highlights developments over the past year in major areas of the Agency´s work. It includes a summary of major issues, activities, and achievements, and status tables and graphs related to safeguards, safety, and science and technology.

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Article VI.J of the IAEA’s Statute requires the Board ofGovernors to submit “an annual report to the GeneralConference concerning the a
airs of the Agency and anyprojects approved by the Agency”.This report covers the period 1 January to 31 December 2003.
Annual Report 2003
GC(48)/3
 
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Annual Report 2003
(designation as of 31 December 2003)
The Agency’s Statute was approved on 23 October 1956 by the Conference on the Statute of the IAEA heldat United Nations Headquarters, New York; it entered into force on 29 July 1957. The Headquarters of theAgency are situated in Vienna. Its principal objective is “to accelerate and enlarge the contribution of atomicenergy to peace, health and prosperity throughout the world”.© IAEA, 2004
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The Board of Governors oversees the ongoingoperations of the Agency. It comprises 35 MemberStates and generally meets
ve times a year, or morefrequently if required for speci
c situations. Amongits functions, the Board adopts the Agency’s pro-gramme for the incoming biennium and makes rec-ommendations on the Agency’s budget to the GeneralConference.In 2003, the Board considered the
Nuclear Tech-nology Review 2003
and various activities related tonuclear science, technology and applications. In thearea of safety and security, it considered the
NuclearSafety Review for the Year 2002
and related activities. Italso approved action plans for the safety and securityof radioactive sources and for occupational radiationprotection, as well as a revised Code of Conducton the safety and security of radioactive sources.It also established as an Agency safety standard aSafety Requirements publication on
Site Evaluationfor Nuclear Installations
. As regards veri
cation, theBoard considered the
Safeguards Implementation Reportfor 2002
. It approved a number of safeguards agree-ments and additional protocols. The Board reportedto the Security Council and General Assembly of theUnited Nations on the non-compliance of the Demo-cratic People’s Republic of Korea with its safeguardsagreement. The Board passed two resolutions withregard to the implementation of the NPT safeguardsagreement in the Islamic Republic of Iran. As a resultof the intensive consultations conducted within theframework of its Informal Open-ended WorkingGroup on the Programme and Budget for 2004–2005,the Board approved a package proposal and it recom-mended to the General Conference a revised level ofthe Agency’s regular budget, representing an increaseabove zero real growth. The Board also agreed to theintroduction of a euro based
nancial system for theAgency.
The Board of Governors Composition of the Board of Governors (2003–2004)
Chairman: H.E. Mr. Antonio NÚÑEZ GARCÍA-SAÚCOAmbassador, Governor from SpainVice-Chairman: H.E. Mr. Javier Manuel PAULINICH VELARDEAmbassador, Governor from PeruVice-Chairman: Ms Dana DRÁBOVÁPresident, State O
ce for Nuclear SafetyGovernor from the Czech RepublicArgentinaAustraliaBelgiumBrazilCanadaChinaCubaCzech RepublicDenmarkEgyptFranceGermanyHungaryIndiaItalyJapanKorea, Republic ofMalaysia MexicoNetherlandsNew ZealandNigeriaPakistanPanamaPeruPolandRussian FederationSaudi ArabiaSouth AfricaSpainSudanTunisiaUnited Kingdom ofGreat Britain and Northern IrelandUnited States of AmericaVietnam

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