Report to the European Commission on the implementation of Council Directive 2009/71/Euratom, amended by the Council Directive 2014/87/Euratom of 8 July 2014
The European Nuclear Safety Directive (Directive 2014/87 / Euratom of 8 July 2014) requires Member States to report on how they have fulfilled their obligations as set out in the Articles of the Directive. This second National Report shows that the Netherlands fulfills all the obligations of the directive.
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The report describes the current Dutch situation with regard to the implementation of the obligations of the European Nuclear Safety Directive. It is the second and last version. The first report was sent to the European Commission in July 2014 under the then valid version of the Euratom Directive (Directive 2009/71 / Euratom of 25 June 2009). The report is largely comparable in content and updated with respect to the report published in mid-2019 for the eighth review conference for the UN Nuclear Safety Convention (CNS-8), originally planned for April 2020. Due to the COVID-19 circumstances, this review conference was moved to spring 2021.