UAE Minister Leads Delegation at Nuclear Energy Summit

Delegation at Nuclear Energy Summit/WAM
Delegation at Nuclear Energy Summit/WAM
Delegation at Nuclear Energy Summit/WAM
Delegation at Nuclear Energy Summit/WAM

UAE Minister Leads Delegation at Nuclear Energy Summit

UAE Minister Leads Delegation at Nuclear Energy Summit

UAE Minister Leads Delegation at Nuclear Energy Summit

Suhail bin Mohammed Al Mazrouei, Minister of Energy and Infrastructure, spearheaded the UAE delegation at the inaugural Nuclear Energy Summit in Brussels. Hosted by the Belgian government and the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), the summit convened world leaders to discuss the pivotal role of nuclear power in driving sustainable development.

UAE’s Pioneering Role in Nuclear Energy

The UAE’s active participation in the summit underscores its global stature and remarkable achievements in nuclear energy. The country’s successful implementation of nuclear projects serves as a beacon for nations interested in adopting clean energy solutions. The UAE’s commitment to advancing clean energy technologies on the global stage was recognized and applauded.

High-Level Meetings and Collaborations

During the summit, Minister Al Mazrouei held discussions with key stakeholders, including Muhammad Ishaq Dar, Marisa Lago, Kadri Simson, and Rafael Mariano Grossi. These meetings provided a platform to strengthen bilateral ties and explore opportunities for collaboration in the nuclear energy sector. Mohamed Al Sahlawi and Hamad Ali Al Kaabi, UAE Ambassadors, also actively participated in the discussions, further enhancing diplomatic relations.

Global Commitment to Nuclear Energy

The Nuclear Energy Summit saw leaders from over 32 countries unite in a declaration to triple nuclear energy capacity by 2050. This landmark agreement underscores the critical role of nuclear power in addressing climate change and ensuring energy security. The declaration emphasizes measures such as financing, innovation, regulatory cooperation, and workforce training to support the expansion of nuclear capacity worldwide.

The declaration reaffirms a strong commitment to nuclear energy as a cornerstone of global efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and promote sustainable development. Leaders pledge to facilitate investments in new nuclear projects, extend the lifespan of existing reactors, and deploy advanced reactor technologies. The focus remains on ensuring safety, security, and sustainability in nuclear energy endeavors.

Driving Clean Energy Transition

As nations embark on the journey towards a clean energy future, nuclear power emerges as a key component of the strategy. Leaders reiterate their dedication to harnessing the full potential of nuclear energy to achieve long-term sustainable development, energy resilience, and clean energy transition on a global scale.

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