Hungary and China signed nuclear cooperation agreement

Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Memorandum of Understanding on the area of ​​nuclear education, dissemination of knowledge and research and development was signed by Hungary and China on Tuesday in Budapest said the ministry of national development (MND).

The document was signed by National Development Minister Miklós Seszták and the Head of Department of Energy of the People's Republic of China Nur Bekri.

Minister Seszták emphasized that Hungary welcomes the steps China has taken in nuclear development, which contribute greatly to carbon dioxide emissions reduction.

The agreement between the two countries allows practical training of educators, coordination of research, as well development of educational methodologies, nuclear power planning, operation and maintenance of nuclear technologies, radioactive waste management, knowledge sharing, and use of nuclear energy for peaceful purposes.

The ministry recalled that in September 2013 a similar agreement was signed with Vietnam.

(MTI –


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