HAVANA, Cuba (ACN) — Ivan Dybov, president of ROSATOM America Latina (Russia’s State Nuclear Energy Corporation), met with his Cuban counterparts at the Agency for Nuclear Energy and Advanced Technologies (AENTA).
His visit was targeted at strengthening collaboration between the two organizations and identifying the potential of carrying out shared projects in the countries of the area and the Caribbean.
Talking with AENTA’s newsletter, Dybov said that their organization has been cooperating with Cuba for the development of nuclear technologies for 2 years.
He additional that in the case of the Latin The united states they have several projects that have been effectively completed, and others in which there are achievable areas of joint work.
On the prospects for scientific, technical and commercial collaboration between ROSATOM and AENTA, he pointed out that included in this are irradiation techniques.
He mentioned that they already organize with Peru and Bolivia when you use nuclear technologies in the processing associated with agricultural products, so that the implementation of the projects may benefit Cuba within the conservation of foods for intake and export.
This individual described the Cuban role because active in the Bolivarian Alliance for the Individuals of our America, which is why he can lead from his position in this team to support the cooperation with ROSATOM.
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