Europe and India nuclear cooperation agreement

Europe and India nuclear cooperation agreement

The peace treaty between the EU and India will soon be signed for cooperation in the field of research and development. The European Union’s Ambassador Tomasz Kozlowski said in a conversation here that cooperation between India and the European Union is already being carried out in the Iter project in Cadarache, France.

The governing council of the International Partnership Council is chairing India this time. Tomasz Kozlowski said that the agreement to cooperate in nuclear energy between the two sides will be concluded between Euratom and the Department of Atomic Energy of India.




Source: European Union External Action

Tomasz Kozlowski is the Ambassador of the European Union to India and Bhutan (non-resident).

Prior to his posting in New Delhi, he served as the Ambassador of the European Union to the

Republic of Korea (2011 – 2015). During his tenure, he played a crucial role in the implementation of the EU-Korea free trade agreement (FTA).

Since 2004, he has been working for the European Union in Brussels as Head for Asia at the Office of Javier Solana, EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy and later as Principal Adviser for Asia and Latin America at the European Commission.

Before joining the EU, he was a member of the Polish Diplomatic Service. He was posted at the Polish Embassies in Indonesia and Malaysia. He served as the Ambassador of Poland to Pakistan (concurrently accredited to Afghanistan) in 2001 – 2003 and as Director General for Asia at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Warsaw in 2003 – 2004.

He also worked for the United Nations in Cambodia (1993) and South Africa (1994). His publications include articles and book chapters on development cooperation, security issues and EU-Asia relations.

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