Nuclear Cooperation Proposed With Regional States

Ali Akbar Salehi, head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran, said it has built a factory that can produce rotors for up to 60 centrifuges a day
Nuclear Cooperation Proposed With Regional States Nuclear Cooperation Proposed With Regional States

Iran is willing to enter into talks with regional countries to give them reassurances on the safety of its nuclear facilities and cooperate with them in this area, says the spokesperson for the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran. 
"We are ready to hold talks with countries in the region about the safety of our nuclear power plant. We are even prepared to work with them and create a network of cooperation. We have an experienced and skilled workforce in this field," Behrouz Kamalvandi told a news briefing in Tehran on Tuesday, IRNA reported.
He was responding to question on fears and concerns that are often voiced by neighbors over potential safety problems related to and the risk of radiation from the Bushehr Nuclear Power Plant in south Iran. Kuwait, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Iraq and the UAE share the coastline with Bushehr. 
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Kamalvandi said, "We take the safety of our power plants seriously for the sake of our own safety. The Bushehr power plant is one of the safest in the world because a combination of eastern and western technology has been used in its safety system."  


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