This file photograph taken on Nov 14, 2007 captures a view of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) headquarters in Vienna. The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA)'s Acting Director General Mary Alice Hayward said on Sept 17, 2018 that IAEA has excellent cooperation with China and China's nuclear energy expertise would benefit other member states. (JOE KLAMAR / AFP)
VIENNA - The Vienna-based agency International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA)'s Acting Director General Mary Alice Hayward said Monday that IAEA has excellent cooperation with China and that China's nuclear energy expertise would benefit other member states.
The IAEA "has excellent cooperation with China. We think it's important," said Hayward
The IAEA "has excellent cooperation with China. We think it's important", said Hayward.
She noted that China has a lot of expertise in nuclear technology, which would benefit the agency's member states in the framework of IAEA.
China brings new products to the IAEA general conference, seeking to promote the nuclear technology with other member states.
Zhang Kejian, director of China Atomic Energy Authority, introduced a strategy on China's peaceful use of nuclear energy at the general conference.
He said China would adhere to the harmonious development of mankind and the nature, and to further adjust and optimize the energy structure. As a clean, green and low-carbon energy, nuclear power will have a broad space for development.
Zhang said China's nuclear energy industry has maintained a momentum, and advanced three-generation nuclear power technology has gradually achieved large-scale application in China.
He said China's mainland has 43 operational nuclear reactors and ranks the third in the world in terms of annual power generation. China is building a further 13 nuclear reactors, ranking first globally.
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