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Of Interest

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On 3 December, tune in to Russia Channel 24!



A crew from the Russian public TV Channel 24, accompanied by Alex Petrov representing the Russian Domestic Agency, was at ITER last week to film interviews and gather material for a 26-minute program that will be aired on 3 December. They are seen here interviewing ITER Director-General Osamu Motojima, standing on the ridge that overlooks the ITER platform.

Producer Elena Loseva and reporter Julia Ponomareva also interviewed David Campbell, Akko Maas, Laurent Patisson, Evgeny Veshchev and, during a MAC recess, future ITER Council Chair Hideyuki Takatsu and Head of the Indian Domestic Agency Shishir Deshpande.


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