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5.1.2. Stabilisation of engineering structures ........................................................................ 204 
5.1.3. Construction of the New Safe Confinement................................................................. 208 

5.1.4. Strategy of further Shelter Object conversion into an ecologically safe system ......... 213 

5.1.5. Biomedical and biophysical monitoring of Shelter Object conversion safety.............. 215

5.2. Chernobyl NPP: focal points of decommissioning ............................................................... 219 
5.2.1. Current status of Chernobyl NPP power units.............................................................. 219 

5.2.2. ChNPP decommissioning strategy ............................................................................... 221 

5.2.3. Development of RAW management infrastructure ...................................................... 224 

5.2.4. Interim Spent Nuclear Fuel Dry Storage Facility (ISF-2) ............................................ 228
5.3. International collaboration for Shelter Object conversion

and ChNPP decommissioning ............................................................................................... 229



6.MANAGEMENT OF RADIOACTIVE WASTE GENERATED AS A RESULT
OF THE CHERNOBYL CATASTROPHE ............................................................................. 232 

6.1. Chernobyl accident RAW: management history, types and amounts of RAW,

current status, issues and paths forward ................................................................................ 232 

6.2. Establishing system for containment, storage and disposal

of RAW generated as a result of the Chernobyl catastrophe ................................................. 233 
6.3. Arrangement of the infrastructure for long-term storage and disposal

of RAW generated as a result of the Chernobyl catastrophe ................................................. 238



7.THE STATE POLICY OF UKRAINE CONCERNING OVERCOMING
THE CONSEQUENCES OF THE CHERNOBYL CATASTROPHE ................................. 242 

7.1. Analysis of the Regulatory and Legal Framework Created to Overcome

the Consequences of the Chernobyl Catastrophe .................................................................. 242 

7.1.1. The Regulatory and Legal Framework and the State Policy Efficiency Associated
with Overcoming the Chernobyl Catastrophe Consequences....................................... 247 

7.1.2. Improvement of the Legislation that Regulated the Relationships in the Sphere

of Overcoming the Consequences of the Chernobyl Catastrophe ............................... 255 

7.2. Analysis of the State Programs Implementation Related to Overcoming
the consequences of the Chernobyl Catastrophe ................................................................... 256 

7.2.1. Radiological Protection of Population ......................................................................... 256 

7.2.2. Medical Protection of Population ................................................................................ 262 

7.2.3. Social Protection of Population ................................................................................... 266 
7.2.4. Rise of Level of Radioecology Knowledge and Awareness

of Population on the Issues Associated with Overcoming the consequences

of the Chernobyl Catastrophe ...................................................................................... 274

7.3. The State Policy of Ukraine Considering the Nuclear and Radiation Safety Provision ....... 278
7.3.1. Improving the Safety Culture in order to Maintain the Present Level of Nuclear
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and Radiation Safety at the Operating Nuclear Power Plants of Ukraine ................... 278r
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7.3.2. Strategy for the Safe Spent Nuclear Fuel Management ............................................... 280us
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7.3.3. Improvement of the Physical Protection Systemel
of the Radioactive Waste Disposal Storage within the Exclusion Zone ...................... 282b
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the Issues of Chernobyl NPP Safe Decommissioning and its Conversion intorn
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the Environmentally Safe System and the RAW Handing ........................................... 283c
7.4. International Scientific and Technical Cooperation Related to Overcoming-t
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the Consequences of the Chernobyl Catastrophe .................................................................. 287an
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