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10-14 February 2020
Europe/Vienna timezone

INSSP contributes to strengthening the Sudan nuclear security regime

Not scheduled
15m
Paper CC: Identification of national needs through the development of an Integrated Nuclear Security Support Plan

Speaker

Mr Mogahed Mahmoud Hamid Mohammed Ali (sudanese nuclear& radiological regulatory authority )

Description

The overall objectives of an Integrated Nuclear Security Support Plan (INSSP) are to identify and consolidate the nuclear security needs of an individual State into an integrated document that includes the necessary nuclear security improvements, as well as to provide a customized framework for coordinating and implementing nuclear security activities conducted by the State, the IAEA and potential donors. The INSSP is designed to identify actions required to ensure that a State’s national nuclear security regime is effective and sustainable, based on IAEA nuclear security guidance.
The purpose of the paper is intended to provide a information regarding all activities being undertaken, or planned to be undertaken, by Sudan which has the objective of enhancing nuclear security regime and Maximize Benefits from Integrated Nuclear Security Support Plans (INSSP) Implementation , Sudan has worked using the INSSP mechanism to improve the nuclear security regime in generally recognized as distinct functional areas in the field of nuclear security that aim to protect against nuclear terrorism: 1) Legal and Regulatory Framework;2) Threat and Risk Assessment; 3) Physical Protection Regime; 4) Detection of Criminal and other unauthorized acts involving material out of regulatory control ; 5) Response to nuclear security events; and 6)Sustaining a Sudan 's nuclear security regime. And how Sudanese Stakeholders coordination and collaboration to implementation INSSP .

State Sudan
Gender Male

Primary author

Mr Mogahed Mahmoud Hamid Mohammed Ali (sudanese nuclear& radiological regulatory authority )

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