IAEA begins review of Sudan ‘s nuclear program

IAEA begins review of Sudan ‘s nuclear program

Sudan and the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) have been discussing the report on the integrated audit of the infrastructure of Sudan’s nuclear program to ensure its safety in its first phase. The Minister of Environment, Natural Resources and Urban Development Hassan Abdul Qader Hilal said during his address to the opening of the meetings that the mission of the delegation of experts of the International Atomic Energy Agency is to ensure the progress of the Sudanese nuclear program in a safe and safe manner in accordance with best international practices in this area.

Helal said that Sudan had been in contact with the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) to prepare the infrastructure and safety conditions required to build a nuclear power plant to meet the growing demand for electricity in the country.

For his part, the Director of the Nuclear Energy Division of the International Atomic Energy Agency, Dohi Han, said that the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) is ready to continue supporting Sudan in the development of a safe, peaceful and sustainable nuclear energy program. He expressed his appreciation for the hard work of the Sudanese government and its participation in nuclear energy issues, He pointed out that the mission of the mission aims to review the position of Sudan, the following is the preparation of infrastructure and nuclear operation.

In turn, Director of the General Directorate of Nuclear Generation, Ministry of Water Resources and Electricity Nasser Ahmed Al-Mustafa said that the joint meeting with the mission of the IAEA will stand on the overall arrangements for the establishment of the first nuclear plant in Sudan, pointing out that his country is taking steady steps to qualify Sudanese cadres in the field of nuclear generation.

Sudan is reviewing the infrastructure in accordance with IAEA standards, as well as carrying out an integrated review of the Sudanese nuclear program for Phase I, after Sudan adopted nuclear generation in its strategic plan to meet the growing demand for electricity and began contacts with Russia and China to build national capacities in the nuclear field.

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