Experts discussed development of CIS national nuclear infrastructures
The Moscow branch of the CIS Executive Committee has hosted the second videoconference session of the CIS expert group to agree on documents in the field of the use of nuclear energy for peaceful purposes: the programme for the development of national nuclear infrastructures of the CIS states and action plans for its implementation – as BelTA was told in the Economic Co-operation Department of the CIS Executive Committee
The event was attended by representatives of Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Russia, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, the CIS Commission on Peaceful Uses of Nuclear Energy and the CIS Executive Committee. Opinions about the draft programme and the draft action plan were shared.
The documents aim to define the main principles and tasks, to conduct joint and national works to develop nuclear infrastructures in order to ensure safe and efficient implementation of national programmes on peaceful use of nuclear technologies, taking into account modern requirement of national and international norms of nuclear, radiation and industrial safety in the CIS member states.
In future, it is planned to approve draft programmes and plans for consideration at the highest level of the CIS bodies in accordance with the established procedure.