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Arab Atomic Energy AGency (AAEA) Member States: Bahrain, Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, KSA, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Mauritania, Morocco, Palestine, Sudan, Syria, Tunisia, Yemen
Along with all AAEA Member States these countries are members of ANNuR:
Algeria, Comoros, Djibuti, Oman, Qatar, Somalia, UAE
The ANNuR shall function through the following organs:
•To enhance, strengthen and harmonize the regulatory infrastructure among the Arab countries
•To provide mechanisms for ANNuR to be an effective and efficient, internationally recognized network for exchange of regulatory experiences and practices among the nuclear regulatory bodies in Arab states
•To interact positively with other international and regional networks as well as GNSSF
The purpose of ANNuR is to foster enhancement, strengthening and harmonization of the radiation protection, nuclear safety and security regulatory infrastructure and framework among the members of ANNuR; and to provide for mechanisms for the ANNUR to be an effective and efficient internationally recognized forum for the exchange of regulatory experiences and practices among the radiation and nuclear regulatory bodies in Arab countries.
The objectives of ANNuR are to:
1.Provide a platform for fostering regional cooperation;
2.Provide for the exchange of expertise, information and experience;
3.Provide opportunity for mutual support and coordination of regional initiatives;
4.Leverage the development and optimization of resource utilization.
Membership of ANNuR shall be open to all national nuclear regulatory bodies in all Arab
countries on a voluntary basis.
ANNuR members shall be a senior officials representing the regulatory bodies in
member states as well as representatives from AAEA.
National Nuclear Safety Knowledge Platforms (National Platforms) are established under the Global Nuclear Safety and Security Network (GNSSN) and serve two purposes:
1. Information Area: First, for sharing reference information about the respective national nuclear safety infrastructure with a wider global audience. This part of the National Platforms has an agreed structure and content. It should be made publicly available were possible. The National Platforms can serve national, regional, and global stakeholders as an authoritative source of information, maintained directly by the respective Member State. This Information Area contains information on radiation and nuclear facilities and activities, a Country Nuclear Regulatory Profile (CNRP), general country and nuclear safety infrastructure information, access to country related national and international reports, projects, databases, and legal references, etc.. The entire content is provided on a voluntary basis by Member States.
2. Collaboration Area: Second, as platform for a wide range of national collaboration and knowledge management activities with respect to safety of facilities and activities that give rise to radiation risks. This part of the National Platforms has a flexible architecture and contains knowledge built on by communities of practice, coordinating or working groups as well as training or e-learning groups. The platform has shared workspaces for projects, meetings or teams, document management areas with controlled access rights for topical communities and many more. The detailed arrangements are made by the respective Member State to best meet national needs and priorities.