Russia and Rwanda plan to cooperate in civilian use of atomic energy

The Russian state corporation Rosatom and the Rwandan Ministry of Infrastructure signed a memorandum on cooperation in the civil use of atomic energy, Rosatom said.

Rosatom Deputy Director General Nikolai Spasski and Rwanda's Ambassador to Russia, Jeanne d'Arc Mujawamariya, signed their documents at the bottom of the document.

"The memorandum is the first document signed by both countries on the civilian use of nuclear energy, laying the basis for cooperation in various sectors, developing the nuclear infrastructure of the Republic of Rwanda, developing programs to better inform the population about nuclear technologies and to organize the use of isotopes and radiation technologies in industry, agriculture and medicine, "the statement said.
Mixed working groups will be created to determine joint joint projects, and an intergovernmental framework agreement will be prepared as a next step, it says.

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