2. The provisions of this agreement cannot be used for the purposes of seeking economic or industrial benefits; or encroaching on the commercial or industrial interests of a contracting party or an authorized person, neither to interfere in the nuclear policy of any of the contracting parties or the governments of the Member States of the Community, nor to hinder the promotion of the peaceful and non-explosive use of nuclear energy, nor to impede the movement of objects subject to or declared in this agreement, either within the respective territorial competences of the contracting parties or between Japan and the Community. also recognizing the importance of a high level of transparency in plutonium management, in order to reduce the risk of nuclear proliferation and to ensure the protection of workers, the public and the environment, transport by special precautions, such as above for the transport of Category II and III nuclear materials, and, furthermore, under constant surveillance by escorts and under conditions ensuring close communication with appropriate response authorities. Zirconium metals and alloys, in the form of pipes or subsets of piping and in quantities greater than 500 kg over a 12-month period, specially designed or manufactured for use in a nuclear reactor as defined in paragraph 1, in which the ratio between hafnium and zirconium is less than 1500% in weight. the desire to pursue and develop stable long-term cooperation that can benefit Japan, the Community and third parties in the peaceful and non-explosive use of nuclear energy, on the basis of mutual benefits and reciprocity; If the host third country is a non-nuclear state of armament, all nuclear materials in that country are and are subject to the application of security measures by the Agency. Noting that, in all Community Member States, nuclear safety measures are applied in all Community Member States, in accordance with the Treaty of 25 March 1957 (`Euratom Treaty`); (2) Nuclear materials not irradiated in a reactor or nuclear material irradiated in a reactor, but not armored with a radiation height of at least 1 gy/h (100 wheels/h) per metre.