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Jordan, Czech Republic to cooperate in ‘peaceful nuclear energy’

By JT - Jul 10,2017 - Last updated at Jul 10,2017

AMMAN — The Council of Ministers on Sunday approved a cooperation agreement between Jordan and the Czech Republic in the field of the “peaceful use of nuclear power”, the Jordan News Agency, Petra, reported. The agreement aims to enhance ties between the two countries, including “the use of nuclear power for peaceful purposes”, in accordance with laws in both countries.

According to the accord, the two sides will cooperate in mining uranium and extracting phosphate, in addition to generating electricity and desalinating water. Jordan and the Czech Republic will also cooperate in using nuclear power in various fields such as agriculture, biology, geology and medicine, Petra added.    



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