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Statement by Head of the Russian Delegation Mikhail I. Uliyanov to the Third Preparatory Committee for the 2015 NPT Review Conference (Cluster 3: peaceful use of nuclear energy)

A growing interest in peaceful uses of nuclear energy is an objective trend of today's world development. The Russian Federation believes that in the near future there is no alternative to further developing and expanding the use of civil nuclear energy in the world. A testimony to that fact is the outcomes of the IAEA International Ministerial Conference "Nuclear Energy in the 21st century" that was hosted by Russia in June 2013.

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New York, May 5, 2014

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