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2018-03-18 11:35:00

IAEA - PAKISTAN COOPERATION

IAEA - PAKISTAN COOPERATION

IAEA - IAEA Director General Yukiya Amano commended efforts by Pakistan to increase nuclear safety and security as the country works to triple its nuclear power capacity. Mr Amano was also briefed on the use of nuclear technology in health care and agriculture. Mr Amano was in Pakistan on 12-14 March.

In Karachi, at the site of the KANUPP nuclear power plant, Mr Amano observed work on the construction of two new reactors and saw the physical protection measures that had been implemented. The two reactors, due to be completed in 2021 and 2022, will have…

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