There is a quite a long list of nuclear power and radioactive incidents that happened after nuclear power has been discovered. One of the most recent was the Nyonoksa radiation accident that happened in Russia when the authorities delayed official confirmation:
Although initially denied, involvement of radioactive materials in the accident was later confirmed by Russian officials
Since radioactive incidents might easily affect the neighboring countries I am wondering if there is any convention related to informing the countries that might be affected by such an incident so that they can act accordingly.
Question: Is there any international convention/treaty/protocol that regulates how a country should behave if a nuclear incident happens on its territory?