On December 15, 2020, leaders of the SNRIU took part in an online meeting of the Commission for Coordination of Euro-Atlantic Integration of Ukraine chaired by Deputy Prime Minister for European and Euro-Atlantic Affairs Olha Stefashynyna.
The SNRIU actively supports Ukraine's Euro-Atlantic integration policy and participates in the implementation of the priorities of the Annual National Program under the auspices of the NATO-Ukraine Commission.
As part of the implementation of security and defense issues, the SNRIU participates in achieving certain goals regarding:
- protection of critical infrastructure;
- civil protection in crisis situations;
- energy security and stability of the energy system as a basis for the stability of the national economy;
- implementation of the project of the Trust Fund of the NATO-Ukraine Commission on reburial of radioactive waste generated as a result of military programs of the former USSR and rehabilitation of radioactive waste storage facilities, in terms of nuclear and radiation safety examination of facilities and activities;
- strengthening cooperation with NATO member states on nuclear and radiation safety, security, emergency preparedness and response, in particular by improving national procedures, including decision-making systems, early warning, assessment and forecasting of the consequences of radiation accidents, personnel protection, medical care, countermeasures, as well as harmonization of bilateral, regional and international response and assistance procedures;
- professional training of specialists in the security and defense sector.
At the same time, the SNRIU is taking measures to implement modern European approaches to responding to nuclear and radiation accidents (HERCA-WENRA approaches) to improve the system of early warning in the event of a radiation accident, taking into account the transboundary impact.
In cooperation with the Joint Research Center of the European Commission (JRC) in July 2020, a webinar was organized with the participation of representatives of executive authorities, research organizations and institutions on "EU radiation monitoring, early warning and emergency response systems as modern tools for adopting agreed decisions ".
SNRIU has consistently implemented the best practices and procedures of the EU and the United States in the practice of state regulation of nuclear energy safety and contributes to the support of the international nuclear safety regime through the use of modern information and communication technologies.