On July 3, 2019 at the Office of Atoms for Peace, Ms. Vilaivan Tanjoy, the Secretary General of OAP, presided over the opening ceremony of the Agency Mission to Enhance Nuclear Forensics Capabilities in Thailand and welcomed Her Excellency, Ms. Morakot Sriswasdi, Ambassador and Permanent Representative of Thailand to the UN in Vienna, officials from Ministry of Foreign Affairs and experts from the IAEA.

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         Her Excellency was invited to give a special talk on “Nuclear Security Cooperation between IAEA and Thailand” relating to international obligations on nuclear security. Given a global circumstance, nuclear security asserts its importance as a mechanism to ensure peaceful uses of nuclear applications in the world. Nuclear forensics has been one of technical areas contributing to strengthening nuclear security regime in both national and international levels. Her Excellency pointed out the importance of continued technical assistance that would help enhance national capabilities in nuclear security to meet international standards.
Around fifty people were in attendance. They are OAP executives, OAP officials and officials from relevant organizations including the Royal Thai Police, Central Intelligence Agency, Institute of Criminal Forensics.

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         During November 4 - 8, 2019 in Pattaya, Thailand, the Office of Atoms for Peace (OAP) in cooperation with the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) is hosting the Regional Workshop to Develop a Road Map for Building a Nuclear Security Detection Architecture. The primary objective of this workshop is to assist ASEAN member states in the preparation of a roadmap that will enable them to plan, organize and/or refine their nuclear security detection architecture (NSDA) for material out of regulatory control (MORC). In this occasion, OAP is pleased to welcome experts and a group of participants from Vietnam and Philippines to join together with Thai officials from various government agencies such as Thai Customs, National Intelligence Agency, and Office of the National Security Council.

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           On February 12th 2018, Dr. Suvit Maesincee, Minister of Science and Technology and Mr. Yukiya Amano, Director-General of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) attended the bilateral meeting regarding the development of nuclear and radiation regulation in Thailand together with Dr. Atchara Wongsaengchan, Secretary General of the Office of Atoms for Peace (OAP), Dr. PornthepNisamaneephong, Director of Thailand Institute of Nuclear Technology (TINT), Prof.Dr. BanchongMahaisavariya, MD.President of Mahidol University participated in this engaging bilateral meeting.

           In addition, Dr. Maesincee addressed an issue with regard to regulating the ionizing radiation. Mr. Amano then stated his view based on the IAEA standards and principles,“For the IAEA, we have a very clear position to encourage that all ionizing radiation comes under relevant law and the independent regulator. And that means the regulator should be independent from the promotion and users. The basic principle is that everything related to radiation must be regulated by single law and under the authority of independent regulator.” Mr. Amano went on to emphasize the importance of this principle and suggested that Thailand may request for experts to build on understanding upon roles and responsibilities of the regulatory body in Thailand.

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Inspector General of Science and Technology follows up on implementation and makes a visit onsite to observe construction progress the Nuclear and Radiation Laboratory Building .
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          On March 14, 2019, at 9.00 a.m., Mr.Permsuk Sajjapiwat, Inspector General of Science and Technology, and his staff followed up on implementation and make a visit at OAP to observed a construction progress of the Nuclear and Radiation Laboratory Building (Ionizing Radiation Metrology Building). The visit accompanied by Ms.VilaivanTanjoy, Acting Secretary General of OAP, Ms.Rachada Hemapattawee, Deputy Secretary General, OAP management team along with responsible officers.
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