Uzbekistan updates IAEA on progress as nuclear

Alisher Sultanov Image Ministry of Energy of Uzbekistan The Central Asian country became a member of the IAEA as long ago as 1994 has 50 years of experience in nuclear research and is one of the world s biggest producers of uranium Despite its existing

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IAEA enhances support for nuclear newcomers

nbsp 0183 32 The International Atomic Energy Agency IAEA has produced new guidance to countries planning to adopt nuclear power In a document titled Initiating Nuclear Power Programmes Responsibilities and Capabilities of Owners and Operators the IAEA provides advice on establishing and developing a

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The Nuclear Power and Energy Agency hosted a major two day international conference in Nairobi Kenya between 16 October 2019 Dubbed Africa Nuclear Business Platform it was the inaugural edition of what is envisioned to become an annual calendar activity linking the global nuclear energy industry with embarking African countries

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