The Contracting Parties to the Paris Convention  on Third Party Liability in the Field of Nuclear Energy organised a virtual working meeting on 30 November 2023 to discuss the application of the Paris Convention to nuclear incidents on the high seas or in international airspace. The Contracting Parties presented updates on their respective national legislative and administrative processes and the status of financial securities following the entry into force of the 2004 Protocols to amend the Paris and Brussels Supplementary Conventions. The meeting also included a presentation on national developments related to nuclear liability in the United Kingdom.

A total of 16 countries are parties to the Paris Convention, covering 94 operating reactors and 7 under construction out of a total of 412 operating reactors worldwide and 58 under construction. Of those countries, 13 are also parties to the Brussels Supplementary Convention.

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