CNESTEN-Morocco, ARSN-Mauritania Foster Nuclear Energy Cooperation
Rabat – The National Center for Energy, Sciences and Nuclear Techniques (CNESTEN) and the National Authority for Radiation Protection, Safety and Nuclear Safety (ARSN) of the Islamic Republic of Mauritania concluded, on Thursday, a partnership agreement to strengthen cooperation ties in the peaceful use of nuclear applications in the African region.
Under this agreement, signed by Director General of CNESTEN Khalid EL Mediouri, and President of ARSN Ishagh Mohamed Moussa, the two institutions will strengthen the sharing of experiences and the building of capacities in the fields of nuclear and radiological safety and security, said on Friday a press release by the CNESTEN.
This will be done in particular through the scheduling of scientific stays, the supervision of professional internships, the deployment of technical expertise and the organization and joint participation in seminars or workshops on themes of common interest, according to the same source.
To this end, the two institutions have set up mechanisms for steering and monitoring the actions to be undertaken within the framework of this agreement, in order to allow a better contribution of nuclear sciences and techniques to the development of the various socio-economic sectors in a safe and sustainable manner, concluded the press release.