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Prospects of development of Kazakhstan's nuclear science discussed in Astana

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Kassym-Jomart Tokayev discussed the development of nuclear science in Kazakhstan with the heads of foreign organizations.


President of Kazakhstan Kassym-Jomart Tokayev discussed the development of the country's nuclear science during a meeting with the heads of foreign scientific organizations. This was announced on Friday by the press service of the President of Kazakhstan.


"Kassym-Jomart Tokayev met with Ataru Inoui, President of Chioda Technol Corp (Japan), Valery Nesvizhevsky, a leading researcher at the Laue-Langevin Institute (France), and Grigory Trubnikov, Director of the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research (Russia). During the meeting, prospects for the development of nuclear science in Kazakhstan were discussed," the message reads. It was noted that the heads of foreign scientific organizations expressed interest in close cooperation with the Kazakh side.


"The President noted that our country is an active supporter of exclusively peaceful use of nuclear energy. According to him, Kazakhstan ranks first in the world in the extraction of natural uranium and has its own production of nuclear fuel components. The country has scientific institutions and infrastructure capable of providing scientific and technical support for the nuclear industry," the press service explained.


During the conversation, the sides exchanged views on the development of nuclear energy in Kazakhstan, the use of modern nuclear technologies, practical training of Kazakhstani qualified personnel.

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