Main Media Centre,
April 15–16, 2019
Nuclear for better life
The documents were signed by Otabek Amanov, NPP Construction Director, Uzatom, and Dmitry Ashanin, Deputy Director for Prospective Projects, Atomstroyexport (a company of ROSATOM engineering division).
This year hit a record high in the number of participants – 39 management professionals in nuclear organizations from 19 Member States. The role of the executive NEM School director on the IAEA part was given to Mr Mikhail Chudakov, IAEA Deputy Director General and Head of the Department of Nuclear Energy.
On April 16, the 11th ATOMEXPO International Forum 2019, a global industry discussion event organized by Rosatom State Corporation, finished its work in the Main Media Center of Sochi.
ROSATOM and Cuba’s Ministry of Science, Technology and Environment, have signed a memorandum of cooperation education and training in the field of nuclear energy on the sidelines of the 11th ATOMEXPO International Forum. The memorandum was signed by the Deputy Director General For International Relations of ROSATOM, Nikolay Spassky, and the First Deputy Minister of Science, Technology and Environment of Cuba, Fernando Gonzalez Bermudez.
On April 16 in Sochi Russia and the Republic of Congo signed the roadmap to foster establishing cooperation in the field of peaceful uses of atomic energy. The document was signed within the framework of the XI International Forum ATOMEXPO 2019.
On 16th of April Rosatom Engineering Division - JSC Atomenergomash concluded a memorandum of understanding with the Petroleum Projects and Technical Consultations Company (PETROJET), one of the leading EPC companies in the Middle East and Africa. The document was signed during the XI Atomexpo International Forum.
On 16th of April at AtomExpo 2019 International Forum the State Research Center JSC RPA CNIITMASH and the Petrojet Company, Egypt, have signed Memorandum of Understanding about development of cooperation for execution of nuclear projects in the Middle East and North Africa regions.
The parties intend to explore various formats and areas of cooperation in both the nuclear and non-nuclear spheres, to engage in joint promotion of their services and products in the global markets. The priority area for cooperation is decommissioning of nuclear and radiation hazardous facilities.
The special focus of the discussion was on the topic of partnership as one of the leading values of the young generation. In order to maintain a high level of competition for the best staff, organizations must not only embrace a culture of partnership, but also act as reliable partners for each other in attracting young employees.
The MoU includes a number of joint organizational activities that aim at the following: drawing up the unified technical policy for unification of the Russian electronic component base; ensuring the interaction with the developers, manufacturers and customers of the electronic component base; involving some basic and applied research institutions that carry out studies on material physics, physics of semiconductors and photonics for development of the Russian electronic component base, as well as the enterprises of radio and electronic industry and the companies within Rosatom State Corporation, while planning research in the field of development and manufacturing of the electronic component base.