International Nuclear Regulators' Association

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The International Nuclear Regulators' Association (INRA) was established in January 1997 and is an association of the most senior officials of the nuclear regulatory authorities of the following countries:

The main purpose of the association is to influence and enhance nuclear safety, from the regulatory prospective, among its members and worldwide.

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  1. ^ "Laurence Glynn WILLIAMS". People of Today. Debrett's. Retrieved 14 March 2016. 

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