Tehran, Budapest to Develop Nuclear Collaboration
Tehran, Budapest to Develop Nuclear Collaboration

Tehran, Budapest to Develop Nuclear Collaboration

Tehran, Budapest to Develop Nuclear Collaboration

A cooperation agreement on nuclear technology will be signed during the talks later this week between the head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran, Ali Akbar Salehi, and Hungarian Deputy Prime Minister Zsolt Semjen, the AEOI spokesperson said. "Salehi and Semjen will sign a nuclear cooperation document in their meeting on Saturday," Behrouz Kamalvandi was also quoted by IRNA as saying Wednesday. Kamalvandi added that the agreement has emerged from discussions during repeated reciprocal visits between Hungarian and Iranian officials following the conclusion of the 2015 Iran nuclear accord. The deal has been in place since January 2016 to swap sanctions easing time-bound curbs on Tehran's nuclear work. The implementation of the historic pact has allowed for a substantial increase in Iran's engagement in nuclear cooperation with other countries. This widened cooperation covers a range of nuclear-related activities, including stable isotope production, power plant construction and the sale of Iran's heavy water supplies on the global market.


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