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Middle East Safety & Regulation

The Saudi Negotiations with the US Government

Saudi Arabia plans to bid for the first nuclear power plant next year with US, Russian, South Korean, Chinese and French companies. The meeting between US Secretary of Energy Rick

Greater China Safety & Regulation

China launches IAEA Nuclear Safety & Security Center

On September 10, China Atomic Energy Agency (CAEA) signed a cooperation agreement with the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) to establish China’s first IAEA nuclear security cooperation center, which is

Middle East Safety & Regulation

Turkey wants to accelerate its nuclear program

The Official Gazette no. 2019/17 published three Presidential Circulars on energy with a focus on the nuclear power plant projects carried out under the coordination of the Ministry of Energy

Greater China Safety & Regulation

Nuclear Safety White Paper

On September 3, the State Council Information Office issued a white paper on China’s Nuclear Safety and held a press conference. Liu Hua, deputy director of Ministry of Ecology and

Middle East Other Topics Safety & Regulation

US sets conditions for the transfer of nuclear technology to Saudi Arabia

According to international news agencies, US Energy Secretary, Rick Perry, sent to Saudi Arabia’s former energy minister, Khalid Al-Faleh, on September 4th, a message regarding the conditions and concerns of

Latin America Safety & Regulation

Project Training and Licensing of Reactor Operators in Latin America

At the end of July, the project “Training and Licensing of Reactor Operators,” within the framework of the Ibero-American Forum of Nuclear and Radiological Regulatory Organizations (FORUM), started the first

Africa Safety & Regulation

Algeria creates its new Safety Authority

The Official Gazette published a new law No. 47 of 25 July 2019. It organizes the peaceful use of energy and nuclear techniques.  The Prime Minister will create the National

Middle East Safety & Regulation

Iran is shrinking the maintenance budget for Bushehr

Senior officials at the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) complained of the shrinking budget allocated to the Bushehr nuclear power plant. The head, deputy head, and spokesman for AEOI

Middle East Safety & Regulation

Turkish presidential decree to provide facilities for nuclear energy projects

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has issued a decree committing Turkish departments to provide all facilities for projects to build nuclear power plants in the country. “The successful implementation of