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Agreements in force as of November 4, 2022
(entry into force and expiration dates)

  1. Argentina (16 October 1997/16 October 2027)
  2. Australia (22 December 2010/22 December 2040 with rolling 5-year extensions)
  3. Brazil (15 September 1999/15 September 2029)
  4. Canada (21 July 1955/1 January 2030 with rolling 5-year extensions)
  5. China (29 October 2015/29 October 2045)
  6. European Atomic Energy Community (Euratom)1 (12 April 1996/12 April 2026 with rolling 5-year extensions)
  7. India (6 December 2008/6 December 2048 with rolling 10-year extensions)
  8. Indonesia (30 December 1981/30 December 2031)
  9. Japan (17 July 1988/17 July 2018 but remains in force until terminated by a Party)
  10. Kazakhstan (5 November 1999/5 November 2029)
  11. Korea, Republic of (25 November 2015/25 November 2040)
  12. Mexico (2 November 2022/2 November 2052)
  13. Morocco (16 May 1981/16 May 2021 with rolling 5-year extensions)
  14. Norway (19 January 2017/19 January 2047)
  15. Russian Federation (11 January 2011/11 January 2041)
  16. South Africa (4 December 1997/4 December 2022)
  17. Switzerland (23 June 1998/23 June 2028 with rolling 5-year extensions)
  18. Turkey (2 June 2008/2 June 2023 with rolling 5-year extensions)
  19. Ukraine (28 May 1999/28 May 2029)
  20. United Arab Emirates (17 December 2009/17 December 2039)
  21. United Kingdom (31 December 2020/31 December 2050)
  22. Vietnam (3 October 2014/3 October 2044 with rolling 5-year extensions)
  23. International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) (7 August 1959/7 August 2054)
  24. Taiwan2 (22 June 2014/indefinite)

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