Russia, Saudi Arabia to cooperate on nuclear energy

The governments of the Russian Federation and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia signed a cooperation agreement for the peaceful use of nuclear power.
The agreement seeks to open business prospects in the areas of design, construction, operation and decommissioning of nuclear power and research reactors, including desalination plants and particle accelerators; fuel cycle services, spent nuclear fuel and nuclear waste management, and the training of specialists in nuclear energy.
A coordination committee will be formed to further consult on matters related to the use of nuclear energy.
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