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for cooperation appears in Appendix I and a side-by-side comparison of the texts of provisions from typical agreements appears in Appendix II.
Contents of research and power agreements
The agreements for cooperation for nuclear research and power are
the most comprehensive type in scope and content.
They call for coopera
tion in achievement of uses of nuclear energy for peaceful purposes, a term
which is not defined. As shown in Table IV, the agreements all include sections dealing with: definitions; exchange of information; access to facilities; transfer of materials, devices, equipment, and special nuclear materials; transactions between persons and organizations; reprocessing of
nuclear fuel materials supplied by the United States after irradiation in the
agreement nation; disposition of special nuclear materials produced in U.S. supplied materials; guarantees not to use the transferred items for nuclear
weapons or military purposes; a commitment to use transferred items for
civil purposes; and safeguards rights for the United States and IAEA safe
guards. A few agreements provide for conversion or fabrication services
involving U.S. supplied special nuclear materials.
Variations occur among provisions for materials to be transferred,
conditions of transfer, supply of enriched uranium and enrichment services,
limitations upon amounts of nuclear fuel materials to be transferred, re
processing of U.S. supplied special nuclear materials after they have been
irradiated, and disposition of additional special nuclear materials produced
by such irradiation.
Cooperation in achievement of uses of nuclear energy for peaceful purposes
Equipment and devices related to agreed information exchange will be transferred.
Provisions on maintenance of classified, patent, and security policies.
unclassified information on goology, exploration techniques, chemistry and technology of extracting uranila and thorium from their ores and concen tratos, the chemistry, production technology, and techniques of purification and fabrication of uranian and thorium compounds and metal, including design, construction and operation of plants.
Conditions for Transfer
Arrarements may be made between 1ther Party or its authorized persons for transfer of equipment and devices, and materials other than SNM.
XXX XXX X X X X XXXIXIXIXIX Arrangints may be made for the transfer of SNM and for the performance of setvices XIXIXX
Provision for transfer of SNM or related services provided that arrangoments involving persons under the jurisdiction of the recipient nation will not be undertaken until the U.S. Government is notified by the recipient nation that these persons may undertake the necessary arrangements.
Privato individuals and organizations in either nation may donl directly with privato individuals in the other nations for transfers of materials, equipment and devices and services related thereto.