areas around nuclear sites within 3 to 5 kilometers of the site, restricting access to those protected areas, strengthening the capabilities of protective forces, developing a federal program to upgrade physical protection, accelerating planned physical upgrades and the development of related regulatory documents (such as a national Design Basis Threat assessment), and accelerating the development of the state system for early detection and prevention of nuclear terrorism. He concluded that the international community should develop statistical tools for jointly analyzing and assessing the threats of attacks against nuclear facilities.



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