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V.3. Euratom Directive 62/302 of 5 March 1962 on Freedom to Take Skilled Employment in the Field of Nuclear Energy Oj 1962 57, 1650

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This chapter deals with the European Atomic Energy Community (Euratom) Directive 62/302 of 5 March 1962 on Freedom to take Skilled Employment in the Field of Nuclear Energy OJ 1962 57, 1650. Member States shall, in accordance with this Directive, take the measures necessary to abolish all restrictions based on nationality affecting the right of nationals of any Member State to take skilled employment in the field of nuclear energy. With regard to any matter not covered by this Directive, Member States shall apply the measures taken in pursuance of the Treaty establishing the European Economic Community which relate to freedom of movement for workers. This Directive shall not adversely affect the measures taken in implementation of the Treaty establishing the European Coal and Steel Community which relate to workers who have recognised qualifications in a coal-mining or steel-making occupation.

Keywords: European Atomic Energy Community (Euratom); European Economic Community; freedom of movement; nuclear energy; skilled employment



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