Kazakhstan and Russia signed the agreement in the nuclear and power sphere
It assumes interaction in research and development.
Between the governments of Kazakhstan and Russia the cooperation agreement in the nuclear and power sphere is signed, the press service of the Ministry of Energy of Kazakhstan reports.
The agreement assumes cooperation in research and development in the nuclear and power sphere. Signing took place in Vienna within the 61st session of the General conference of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).
The parties have also signed the protocol to the agreement between the governments of Kazakhstan and Russian Federation on cooperation and mutual calculations at utilization of nuclear ammunition of January 20, 1995.
The delegation of Kazakhstan headed by the Minister of Energy of Kazakhstan Kanat Bozumbayev participates in the General conference of IAEA. The minister has made the report on a contribution of Kazakhstan to development and strengthening of cooperation in the sphere of peaceful use of atomic energy.
Bozumbayev has also held meetings with the United States Secretary of Energy Rick Perry, the Minister of Energy and Coal Industry of Ukraine Igor Nasalik.
The agenda of the IAEA conference is discussion of the global problems connected with non-proliferation of nuclear weapon, future demand for energy, ensuring nuclear safety and technical cooperation.