German-Dutch Commission (NDKK)
The German-Dutch collaboration originated from an exchange of letters and memoranda in September/October 1977 between the Federal Minister of the Interior, at the time responsible for issues of nuclear safety and radiation protection, and the Dutch Minister for Public Health, Environmental Protection and Social Affairs concerning the mutual exchange of information and consultation with relation to nuclear facilities located in border regions.
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|Meetings||Annual, chair alternates|
|Tasks||The NDKK focusses on issues of nuclear safety and radiation protection.|
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