The United States and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) have signed a landmark agreement on peaceful nuclear cooperation.
The new deal, which was finalized Thursday, allows the United Arab Emirates to receive sensitive information and materials from the United States to help create the Arab world’s first civilian nuclear power industry. Emirati officials say the country needs nuclear power to keep up with rising energy demands, but critics have expressed concern over the country’s close proximity to Iran, which many international powers suspect of wanting to build a nuclear bomb. Source: VOA
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