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Paragraphs in "Convention On Early Notification Of A Nuclear Accident" coded as INFO

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Art.2.1x In the event of an accident specified in article 1 (hereinafter referred to as a "nuclear accident"), the State Party referred to in that article shall:
Art.2.1x.a a. forthwith notify, directly or though the International Atomic Energy Agency (hereinafter referred to as the "Agency"), those States which are or may be physically affected as specified in article 1 and the Agency of the nuclear accident, its nature, the time of its occurrence and its exact location where appropriate; and
Art.2.1x.b b. promptly provide the States referred to in sub-paragraph (a), directly or through the Agency, and the Agency with such available information relevant to minimizing the radiological consequences in those States, as specified in article 5.
Art.3.1x With a view to minimizing the radiological consequences, States Parties may notify in the event of nuclear accidents other than those specified in article 1.
Art.4.1x.a a. forthwith inform States Parties, Member States, other States which are or may be physically affected as specified in article 1 and relevant international intergovernmental organizations (hereinafter referred to as "international organizations") of a notification received pursuant to sub-paragraph (a) of article 2; and
Art.4.1x.b b. promptly provide any State Party, Member State or relevant international organization, upon request, with the information received pursuant to sub-paragraph (b) of article 2.
Art.5.1 1. The information to be provided pursuant to sub-paragraph (b) of article 2 shall comprise the following data as then available to the notifying State Party:
Art.5.1.a a. the time, exact location where appropriate, and the nature of the nuclear accident;
Art.5.1.b b. the facility or activity involved;
Art.5.1.c c. the assumed or established cause and the foreseeable development of the nuclear accident relevant to the transboundary release of the radioactive materials;
Art.5.1.d d. the general characteristics of the radioactive release, including, as far as is practicable and appropriate, the nature, probable physical and chemical form and the quantity, composition and effective height of the radioactive release;
Art.5.1.e e. information on current and forecast meteorological and hydrological conditions, necessary for forecasting the transboundary release of the radioactive materials;
Art.5.1.f f. the results of environmental monitoring relevant to the transboundary release of the radioactive materials;
Art.5.1.g g. the off-site protective measures taken or planned;
Art.5.1.h h. the predicted behaviour over time of the radioactive release.
Art.5.2 2. Such information shall be supplemented at appropriate intervals by further relevant information on the development of the emergency situation, including its foreseeable or actual termination.
Art.5.3 3. Information received pursuant to subparagraph (b) of article 2 may used without restriction, except when such information is provided in confidence by the notifying State Party.
Art.7.3 3. The Agency shall maintain an up-to-date list of such national authorities and points of contact as well as points of contact of relevant international organizations and shall provide it to States Parties and Member States and to relevant international organizations.