December 6, 2021


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Vietnam actively supports research and application of nuclear technology

Ceremony for receiving financial contributions for the second phase of the Nuclear Applications Laboratory Renovation Project (Renovation of Nuclear Applications Laboratories 2 – ReNuAL 2The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) in Seibersdorf, Austria.

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IAEA Director General Rafael Mariano Grossi (left) presented Ambassador Nguyen Trong Kien a piece of brick symbolizing Vietnam’s contribution to the ReNuAL 2 project.

Photo: VNA / CVN

On the occasion of receiving financial contributions for the second phase of the renovation of Nuclear Applications Laboratories 2 – ReNuAL 2) from the International Atomic Energy Agency, the Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency, Rafael Mariano Grossi, introduced the ambassadors and permanent representatives of Member States. Including Portugal, Kazakhstan, Kenya, Republic of Malta, Montenegro, Ireland and Vietnam with a brick symbolizing each country’s contribution to the project.

At the end of this ceremony, during an interview with a reporter from the Vietnamese News Agency, the Vietnamese Ambassador Nguyen Trong Kin said that the Research Complex on the Application of Nuclear Technology in Seibersdorf was one of the main centers of the IAEA in the field of nuclear technology development. In areas such as environmental protection, sustainable agriculture, disease prevention, etc.

Ambassador Nguyen Trong said the contributions to the ReNuAL 2 project demonstrate Vietnam’s responsibility in promoting the development of nuclear technology for peaceful purposes, and underscore the important role of the International Atomic Energy Agency and other research institutions of this organization in the application of atomic technology for sustainable development. Ken.

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At the regional level, Vietnam actively participated in the Regional Agreement on Cooperation on Development, Research and Training in Nuclear Science and Technology for Asia and the Pacific (CAR).

Deputy Director-General of the International Atomic Energy Agency, Liu Hua, said he wants Vietnam to take over the IAEA’s board chair position in 2022. He added that the agency will support Vietnam to successfully assume this role.