Qatar reaffirmed that the peaceful uses of nuclear energy are the key to achieving development, promoting rapprochement among peoples and building a safer world for everyone.
Making a statement before the International Atomic Energy Agency’s (IAEA) Technical Assistance and Co-operation Committee meeting, HE ambassador Sheikh Ali bin Jassim al-Thani, Qatar’s permanent representative to the United Nations and international organisations in Vienna stressed that Qatar pays special attention to the development of its institutions concerned with the peaceful implementations of nuclear power, particularly in the fields of food, agriculture, human health and environment in line with the state’s long-term development project, Qatar National Vision 2030.
Qatar’s permanent representative to the United Nations and international organisations in Vienna expressed Qatar’s gratitude for the co-operation and expertise that IAEA offers in the implementation of projects, particularly in relation to choosing Qatar’s projects for the period from 2018 to 2019 that aim to boost local capacities in the field of medical nuclear physics and radiation protection, improving the production of dates, and disposing of contaminated waste in the oil and gas sector.
He expressed hope for expanding and strengthening this co-operation in the future and speeding up Qatar’s development programmes and scientific development.
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