Vietnam rss

Russia signs MOU for Vietnam nuclear research centre

New Nuclear

04 July 2017

A memorandum of understanding has been signed by Russian state nuclear corporation Rosatom and Vietnam's Ministry of Science and Technology on the construction of a nuclear science and technology centre in Vietnam. An inter-governmental agreement to build the centre was signed between Russia and Vietnam in 2011.

Thai and Vietnamese institutes agree to cooperate

Nuclear Policies

17 May 2016

VinAtom-TINT - May 2016 - 48An agreement to cooperate in using nuclear energy for peaceful purposes has been signed between the national nuclear research institutes of Thailand and Vietnam.

Nuclear regulators sign up for collaboration

Regulation and Safety

17 September 2015

CSNC-ENSI MOU - 48Several international cooperation agreements related to nuclear safety and regulation have been signed this week on the sidelines of the International Atomic Energy Agency's General Conference in Vienna.

Vietnamese students complete Russian training

New Nuclear

23 February 2017

First group of Vietnamese graduates - 48A group of 28 Vietnamese students have become the first international graduates of a course on nuclear technology at Russia's National Research Nuclear University MEPhI. The six-year course is part of a program supported by Russian state nuclear corporation Rosatom.

Vietnam agreement supports nuclear infrastructure development


27 October 2015

GEH-VAEA_MOU_261015_(GEH)-48GE Hitachi is to help the Vietnam Atomic Energy Agency enhance its understanding of light water reactor technology and nuclear project management under a memorandum of understanding signed in Hanoi yesterday.

Russia signs framework agreement for Vietnam's Ninh Thuan 1

New Nuclear

03 August 2015

Savushkin, Lam sign agreement in Hanoi - 48The engineering subsidiary of Russia's Rosatom has signed a general framework agreement with Electricity of Vietnam (EVN) for construction of unit 1 of the planned Ninh Thuan nuclear power plant. The country's electricity use is set to triple in 15 years.