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- International Atomic Energy Agency
- international organization of the UN (UNO)
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Flag of the IAEA,
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Source, by: Wikipedia (EN)
The flag of the IAEA shows an atom enveloped by the UN-typical olive twigs in an UN pale-blue bunting. It is azure-blue and is defined as follows: Hex #4B92DB, RGB 75|146|219, CMYK 71|37|0|0, Pantone 279.
Source: Volker Preuß,
The in 1956 founded International Atomic Energy Agency of the United Nations is much better known by it's English shortcut IAEA. IAEA = International Atomic Energy Agency. The IAEA has it's seat in Vienna. The major jobs of the IAEA are
1st) support of in nuclear energy interested countries in the erection of an own nuclear technology, and
2nd) a restricted contol function in context with the Nuclear Ban Treaty.