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Malaysia plans to issue nuclear possession law



Malaysian authorities are about to issue a law permits possession of nuclear energy according to convention on the protection from the nuclear materials and its Protocols issued in 2005 by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).

The Malaysian Deputy Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin told reporters that Malaysia will issue this law after reviewing it, stressing that his country adheres to international conventions issued by the Nuclear Security Summit held in Washington in 2010.

He outlined that his country had ratified the Declaration of Principles on the Global Initiative to Combat Nuclear Terrorism and continued implementing the policy of containers security and initiative of relying on the major ports within its efforts for combating the illicit trade. 

The Malaysian Ministry of Energy, Green Technology and Water announced in 2010 building its first nuclear plants, according to a program of economic transformation that was presented by the government in 2009. 

                                                           Source: Malaysian News Agency

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