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Guangdong- Macau nuclear safety notification on the way

The MSAR has reached a consensus with the mainland to set up a Guangdong- Macau nuclear safety notification scheme

The MSAR Government is working on the establishment of a nuclear safety notification mechanism between Guangdong and Macau, Secretary for Security Wong Sio Chak said yesterday.
The secretary said authorities in the mainland have already approved the mechanism agreement.
Currently, the MSAR Government is keeping in close contact with officials in Guangdong Province to carry out relevant procedures to get the agreement signed as soon as possible, Secretary Wong said.
Regarding a rumor that the Guangdong Daya Bay Nuclear Power Station (GNPS) had experienced a leak, the Secretary claimed he had personally called the central nuclear power department to understand the current situation and that relevant parties had clarified that no leakage had happened at the nuclear power station.
Asked his opinions about an officer from the Macao Customs Service who was arrested for his involvement in a fake credit card syndicate, Mr. Wong reiterated that there are problems in every government department, however, the security authority continues to take rectification measures to ensure all government departments are clean of corruption.
Last week, a retired officer from Macao Customs committed suicide. Mr. Wong said that the officer had been retired for more than ten years. The Secretary claimed the government would offer more welfare channels to retired security officers in order to provide better support for their daily life, health and emotional support.