Regional Cooperation Agreement for the Promotion of Nuclear Science and Technology in Latin America and the Caribbean (ARCAL Agreement)
Acuerdo Regional de Cooperación para la Promoción de la Ciencia y Tecnologia Nucleares en América Latina y el Caribe (ARCAL)
1984, as Regional Cooperative Arrangements for the Promotion of Nuclear Science and Technology in Latin America on signature of an agreement by member countries. Current title adopted, 25 Sep 1998, when intergovernmental agreement was approved by the Board of Governors and B-XB1383 - International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and opened for signature. Agreement entered into force, 5 Sep 2005.
Promote, foster, coordinate and implement cooperation activities for training, research, development and applications of nuclear science and technology in Latin America and the Caribbean region; target projects in the priority areas of human health, food and agriculture, energy and industry, environment and radiation protection, intensifying collaboration on the specific shared needs of members.
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