EU nuclear deal with Russia

14 May 2005

The European Union (EU) and Russia have agreed to intensify their work together in the nuclear sector, with the industry receiving significant attention in a new detailed cooperation agreement. It said joint nuclear projects would have “particular emphasis on nuclear safety and security,” including information exchanges. In addition, priority would be given to completing negotiations for an agreement on trading nuclear materials. Nuclear science cooperation would come within programmes to forge a EU-Russia “common space on research and education.”

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