Monday, September 20, 2004


South Korea is going to help Kazakhstan develop technology for "peaceful" nuclear energy:

South Korea and Kazakhstan agreed Tuesday to join hands in developing petroleum and uranium in this Central Asian country, offering the South inroads to energy exploration in the resource-abundant Caspian Sea region.

The two countries also signed an agreement on the peaceful use of atomic energy in which the South will provide nuclear-related technology to Kazakhstan to help the country develop uranium as nuclear energy to generate electricity and for medical purposes.


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