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Russia and Tajikistan signed an agreement on cooperation in peaceful uses of atomic energy
28 February 2017 , 10:10Neftegaz.RU400
On 27 February, 2017, within the framework of the visit of Vladimir Putin to Tajikistan, an agreement on cooperation in peaceful uses of atomic energy was signed between both countries.
The document was signed by Farhod Rakhimov, President of the Academy of Sciences, on behalf of the Government of Tajikistan, and Alexey Likhachev, Director General of Rosatom, on behalf of the Government of Russia.
The agreement has provided the legal basis for interaction between Tajikistan and Russia in the nuclear power sector for the 1st time in history while determining a wide range of cooperation areas including design, construction, operation and decommissioning of research reactors; spent fuel and radioactive waste management; rehabilitation of tailing storage areas and utilization of decommissioned uranium mining and reprocessing facilities; production of radioisotopes; use of nuclear technology in industry, medicine, agriculture; education and training of highly skilled personnel for the nuclear power industry, etc.
The agreement envisages the formation of joint coordination commission with the view of further consulting in the issues relating to the implementation of the above mentioned peaceful uses of atomic energy and search for mutually beneficial opportunities.
Central Asia Office of Rosatom provides its support to nuclear companies in business development in Tajikistan and organizes cooperation with Tajik partners.
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