EU and Ministers reaffirm importance of ITER for future energy needs
EU News 388/2013
Brussels, 6 September 2013
At today's meeting at ministerial level at in Saint Paul-lez-Durance, France, high-level representatives of the seven ITER Members acknowledged the progress achieved in the construction of one of the most complex scientific and engineering projects in the world today, the ITER international collaboration for nuclear fusion. Ministers also discussed he challenges that still lay ahead.
Today's meeting took place at the Headquarters of the ITER Organization at the initiative of Günther H. Oettinger, European Commissioner in charge of Energy and representative of the European Atomic Energy Community.
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On 6 September 2013, for only the second time in the project's history, ministerial representatives of the seven ITER Members meet in Saint Paul-lez-Durance. Photo (C)ITER 2013, URL