Representatives of the Latin American country and Kazakhstan signed a long-term contract for the shipments of the nuclear fuel.
The UN welcomes Kazakhstan’s anti-nuclear initiatives and the opening of the International Low Enriched Uranium (LEU) Bank.
The facility that has no analogues in the world will host low enriched uranium.
This will happen on August 29 on the International Day against Nuclear Tests.
Kazakhstan can become a leading player in the nuclear fuel market.
New 5.6 magnitude earthquake hit the north-east of Japan.
The country is developing its own nuclear power following the most stringent international safety standards in this area.
Kazakhstan and the IAEA signed an agreement on establishment of a bank of low-enriched uranium in Ust-Kamenogorsk.
Monitoring of Iran's nuclear program would cost the IAEA 9 million euros annually.