IAEA definition

IAEA means the International Atomic Energy Agency, P.O. Box 100, 1400 Vienna, Austria, www.iaea.org;
IAEA means the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), (IAEA, P.O. Box 100 – A -1400 Vienna);

Examples of IAEA in a sentence

  • IAEA Coordinated Research Project Meeting, Nanjing, China 8-12 September 2003.

  • He reported to the Council in February 2003: “So far, UNMOVIC has not found any such weapons.”11 IAEA Director Mohamed ElBaradei gave a similar report, “We have to date found no evidence of ongoing prohibited nuclear or nuclear related activities in Iraq.”12 The United States and Britain were not satisfied with the inspections and returned to the Security Council in February and March 2003 for a second attempt to seek authorization for the use of force.

  • Inspectors from UNMOVIC and the IAEA poured into the country and quickly began extensive operations to search for WMDs. The Executive Chairman of UNMOVIC, Hans Blix, briefed the Security Council and reported receiving full cooperation from Iraqi authorities and access to hundreds of suspected WMD sites.

  • The government fusion program directors of those nations engaged in fusion research met together as an advisory committee to the IAEA.

  • The agreement functioned well for more than two years, as documented by IAEA reports confirming that Iran had shut down its nuclear production sites, curtailed its enrichment facilities, and removed most of its stockpile of higher enriched uranium.


More Definitions of IAEA

IAEA means the International Atomic Energy Agency established by the IAEA Statute;
IAEA means the International Atomic Energy Agency. (AIEA) “IAEA Agreement” means the Agreement between the Govern­
IAEA means the International Atomic Energy Agency or its duly au- thorized representatives.
IAEA means the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) (IAEA, P.O. Box 100, A-1400 Vienna);
IAEA means International Atomic Energy Agency;1
IAEA means the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA, P.O. Box 100, A- 1400 Vienna, Austria), www.iaea.org;