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Council assesses progress and challenges as ITER moves forward

ITER Communication

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The fourteenth meeting of the ITER Council concluded on Thursday, 19 June, after two days of deliberation and discussion.

Hosted by the ITER Organization in its Headquarters building in Saint Paul-lez-Durance, France, the meeting brought together representatives from the seven ITER Members: China, the European Union, India, Japan, Korea, Russia and the United States.

Under the chairmanship of Robert Iotti (US), the Council reviewed the progress of ITER construction and manufacturing. The ITER Organization reported on the arrival of components and the Council agreed on necessary changes to meet the challenges of construction and assembly. The Members discussed the current status of their activities and procurements as well as the need to finalize an updated schedule.

Click here to view the photo gallery of the Fourteenth ITER Council.

Read the Press Release in English and in French.


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