Russia’s nuclear power giant Rosatom signed two cooperation memoranda with Rwandan officials last week spelling out preliminary steps for the advancement of a domestic nuclear energy program.
The memoranda focused on cooperation on two fronts: Education of the public on nuclear energy in a program “aimed at preparing and implementing public and media briefing activities,” to promote a domestic program and training Rwandans for industry-related activities.
The memoranda were signed by Rosatom Deputy Director General for International Relations Nikolay Spassky and Rwandan Minister of Infrastructure Claver Gatete.
“Organization of personnel training programs for Rwandan nuclear infrastructure will be planned; development of close cooperation between profile educational institutions; organization of joint short-term programs; teachers’ training; development of specialized educational and scientific literature and exchange of students” are part of the package, Rosatom said.
To educate the public, the memoranda calls for cooperation in media relations, working with experts, teachers and students and organizing promotional events.
The memoranda builds on previous agreements signed in December 2018 by Rosatom representatives and Rwandan officials.
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