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Russia, Cambodia Sign Two MOUs to Co-Operate on Nuclear Energy


Published May 24, 2016
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Rosatom State Atomic Energy Corporation and the National Council for Sustainable Development of the Kingdom of Cambodia announced that they have signed two key MOUs. The first is the Memorandum on Nuclear Energy Information Center in Cambodia and the second is the Memorandum on a Cambodia-Russia joint working group on the peaceful uses of atomic energy.

The Memorandum on Nuclear Energy Information Center is an important step in strengthening the cooperation between the two countries in the area of public acceptance of the atomic energy in the Kingdom of Cambodia.

The Information Center will become the platform for joint cultural and educational events for various population groups, first of all, for children, pupils and students. The Center’s activities will not be commercial but focused on the promotion of all the aspects of the peaceful uses of atomic energy.

This Center will let the population of Cambodia get better understanding of the nuclear energy principles, the perspectives of the national nuclear energy and industry development, and also raise the prestige of the profession among the young people.

Memorandum on a Cambodia-Russia joint working group on the peaceful uses of atomic energy will make it possible for the parties to hold regular meetings between experts from the two countries to define and implement joint projects.

Both documents were signed by Sergey Kirienko, the Chief Executive Officer of Rosatom, from the Russian side, and Sai Samal, the Chairman of the National Council for Sustainable Development, from the side of the Kingdom of Cambodia. The Memoranda were signed with witness of Dmitry Medvedev, Prime Minister of the Russian Federation, and Hun Sen, Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Cambodia who had arrived in Russia for a working visit.

Tags: Rosatom State Atomic Energy Corporation




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