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September 29, 1977

ONE HUNDRED AND NINETY-EIGHTH PLENARY MEETING OF THE TWENTY FIRST INTERNATIONAL ATOMIC ENERGY AGENCY GENERAL CONFERENCE IN VIENNA (STATEMENT BY SOUTH AFRICAN REP. TO THE IAEA VON SCHIRNDING)

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    Record of the 198th Plenary Meeting of the 21st International Atomic Energy Agency General Conference held in Vienna, including a statement by South African Representative to the IAEA, von Schirnding. Von Schirnding discusses the Agency's achievements and failutres over its twenty years of existence. He also discusses South Africa's own nuclear energy program, stating that the country does not intend to develop nuclear weapons.
    "One Hundred and Ninety-Eighth Plenary Meeting of the Twenty First International Atomic Energy Agency General Conference in Vienna (Statement by South African Rep. to the IAEA von Schirnding) ," September 29, 1977, History and Public Policy Program Digital Archive, IAEA Archives, 1977 General Conference Records, GC(XXI)/OR.198. Obtained and contributed by Jo-Anie van Wyk and Elisabeth Roehrlich. https://digitalarchive.wilsoncenter.org/document/116630
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