Two African Countries, Rwanda, and Morocco have signed an exchange of information deal that will avail the two countries the opportunity to share their experiences and vital information about nuclear technology.

Dr. Khammar Mrabit, the Director General of the Moroccan agency in charge of nuclear technology stated that these experiences and information will encompass the use of nuclear technology in medical practices, airport operations, security purposes and many more. He also added that the agency is ready to provide any training for Rwandan experts as well as facilitate a scientific visit to the nuclear installation.

“We have to exchange information and experience in nuclear radiation, help in capacity building as it is very important to strengthen regional cooperation among African countries in this sector,” Dr. Khammar said.

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