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Atomexpo 2019 kicks off with 3,600 participants from 70 countries: Rosatom Chairperson
Published in Daily News Egypt on 16 - 04 - 2019

Atomexpo 2019 International Forum held in the Russian city of Sochi kicked off on Monday with the participation of more than 3,600 executives from the key companies working in the global nuclear industry, government agencies, international and non-commercial organisations, and leading experts from 70 countries, the CEO of Rosatom, Alexey Likhachev, said.
Atomexpo is an international forum for discussion on the modern nuclear technologies organised by Russia's State Atomic Energy Corporation (Rosatom).
Likhachev explained that the participants in the forum will discuss the new technologies that will shape the future of this planet. The forum will last until Tuesday.
Industry leaders, government officials, and experts from around the world will discuss the state of the nuclear industry, as well as directions for further development.
This year's forum is held under the ‘Nuclear for Better Life' motto. The two-day business programme includes public discussions and panel discussions, meetings, presentations, a showcase of nuclear energy, and its uses and a number of other activities.
The exhibition offers a wide range of applications of nuclear technology on an area of more than 13,000 sqm.
The forum will witness an awards ceremony for the second consecutive year. The Atomexpo award is given for outstanding service companies, which have contributed to developing nuclear energy, and using sound nuclear energy to benefit humanity.


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