Khartoum - The Undersecretary of the Ministry of Environment, Dr. Omer Mustafa Abdul-Gadir, has participated in a forum on nuclear security organized by Naif University for Security Sciences in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, in collaboration with the International Atomic Energy Agency and the Arab Atomic Energy Agency, with 317 participants from Arab countries.
Abdul-Gadir said in a statement to Sudan Vision that the forum aims at boosting nuclear security and disseminating its culture besides reflecting efforts of the Arab states for protection from nuclear hazards.
He pointed out that the forum has called for setting up of independent supervisory agency and making available of technological, financial and human resources for undertaking the nuclear security responsibility.
The Undersecretary of the Ministry of Environment noted that the forum discussed experiences of a number of countries, including Saudi Arabia, Jordan and Egypt besides the efforts of Arab Atomic Energy Agency in the field of training on nuclear security.
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