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Rokkasho celebrates

Myriam Jacobs

An important ceremony was held last Tuesday 27 March at Rokkasho as Japanese and European personalities celebrated the completion of the International Fusion Energy Research Centre (IFERC).

A live video connection enabled ITER Director-General Kaname Ikeda to address the audience from Cadarache and express his satisfaction and "happiness" at the progress made by the Broader Approach, the agreement that was negotiated in 2005 between Europe and Japan to provide complementary development projects in support of ITER and the next step device DEMO.


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