Can civil society prevent nuclear catastrophe

Vyacheslav Kantor, President of the European Jewish Congress and President of the International Luxembourg Conference on Preventing Nuclear Catastrophes

1953 - Born in Moscow
1976 - Graduates, Moscow Aviation Institute
1981 - Receives PhD in spacecraft automatic control systems
1993 - Head, Acron agrochemical company
1996 - Economic advisor to the chairman of the Federation Council, Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation
2000 - Contributes to founding the National Institute of Corporate Reform
2004 - Honorary doctorate, Tel Aviv University
2004 - Chairman, board of governors, European Jewish Congress
2005 - President, Russian Jewish Congress
2005 - Founder and president, World Holocaust Forum foundation
2006 - Founder and chairman, European Jewish Fund
2007 - President, European Jewish Congress
2007 - President of the international Luxembourg Conference on Preventing Nuclear Catastrophes
2008 - Co-chairman, European Council on Tolerance and Reconciliation
2009 - Chair, Russian Jewish Congress presidium

Today we are talking about politics, nuclear non-proliferation and business. These days, the problem of nuclear security troubles the minds of not only politicians. Business is also becoming involved in the prevention of nuclear catastrophes. Vyacheslav Kantor, Businessman, President of the European Jewish Congress and President of the International Luxembourg Conference on Preventing Nuclear Catastrophes is our guest.