February 09, 2017

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Experts met to discuss safety of nuclear waste from 7 to 11 Dec

Deputy Minister for Science and Technology Dr Aung Kyaw Myat and dignataries pose for photo at opening of a Meeting on Establishing Radioactive Waste Management Infrastructure.
Deputy Minister for Science and Technology Dr Aung Kyaw Myat and dignataries pose for photo at opening of a Meeting on Establishing Radioactive Waste Management Infrastructure.

THE Ministry of Science and Technology and IAEA are jointly holding a meeting on Establishing Radioactive Waste Management infrastructure in Nay Pyi Taw.
The five-day meeting is being attended by 19  representatives from IAEA, Bangladesh, Cambodia, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Malaysia, Mongolia, Pakistan, Nepal, Palestine, the Philippines, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Vietnam and Myanmar.
Myanmar has upgraded its facilities for the safe storage of radioactive wastes following the guidelines of IAEA, said Deputy Minister for Science and Technology Dr Aung Kyaw Myat in his opening remarks. The meeting was launched on 7 December and will end on 11 December.

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