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Indian Ambassador to France visits ITER

Welcoming the representative from India (from left to right): Neil Calder, Head of Communication; His Excellency Ranjan Mathai; Pascal Amenc Antoni, Senior Advisor to the ITER DG; Norbert Holtkamp, ITER PDDG; Sandip Kumar Mazumder; and Dhiraj Bora, DDG of the CHD Department. (Click to view larger version...)
Welcoming the representative from India (from left to right): Neil Calder, Head of Communication; His Excellency Ranjan Mathai; Pascal Amenc Antoni, Senior Advisor to the ITER DG; Norbert Holtkamp, ITER PDDG; Sandip Kumar Mazumder; and Dhiraj Bora, DDG of the CHD Department.
On Friday, 5 March, His Excellency Ranjan Mathai, the Indian Ambassador to France, visited ITER.  Norbert Holtkamp gave the Ambassador a briefing on progress at ITER and there was  a useful discussion on subjects specific to India's involvement in the project. After a tour of the ITER construction site the Ambassador expressed his thanks and wished the project every success.


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