Russia: Sudan is the most Cooperative Country in the Field of Nuclear


Russia’s state nuclear energy giant, Rosatom, said Sudan is the most cooperative country in the field of nuclear.

Rosatom said it has signed a project development agreement to explore the possibility of building a floating nuclear power plant for Sudan.

Following its meeting with Rosatom’s Deputy Director General, Nikolai Spasskiy and the head of Rosatom in East, North and Middle Africa, Anton Moskvin, Sudan’s mission in Moscow said that the  Deputy Director General consider the implementation of the agreements and Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between Sudan and Russia, reveling the signing of a joint declaration during the Russian- African summit in October.
In 2017 Rosatom hold workshop on Russian-Sudanese cooperation in peaceful uses of atomic energy was held by Rosatom in Khartoum, Sudan, for the first time.

The Workshop was organized by Rosatom International Network through its Regional Office Rosatom Middle East and North Africa, and the Ministry of Water Resources, Irrigation and Electricity of Sudan.

It was initiated in furtherance of agreements made after 4th Joint Russian-Sudanese Intergovernmental Commission on Trade and Economic cooperation held in December 2016 in Moscow. The event brought together Russian and Sudanese experts on a public debate focused on various applications of nuclear technologies both in energy and non-energy needs.