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ITER site remains an attraction

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The stream of visitors does not stop, despite the temperatures on the ITER construction site. Last week, a visit to ITER was organized through the Italian Chamber of Commerce for France in Marseille for 50 members of a Franco-Italian delegation in collaboration with Agence Iter France and the ITER Organization.

Then, a delegation of the Institut de Radioprotection et de Sûreté et Nucléaire visited CEA Cadarache and the ITER site. Carlos Alejaldre, Director of Safety & Security gave them presentations of ITER. On the 8 July, the President of the Conseil Général des Hautes Alpes, Jean- Yves Dusserre, came to visit ITER. He was welcomed by Francois Gauché, the Director of Agence Iter France, who presented progress on construction, and Kaname Ikeda, Director-General, who presented the ITER Project.

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On 6 July, twenty students from Delft University in the Netherlands visited ITER. After a guided tour coordinated by Marina Bayle from Agence Iter France, Akko Maas from the ITER Project Office gave them a introduction to the project and replied to questions in relation with their technical studies and interests.

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