US and Vietnam agree to work together on peaceful nuclear energy

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September 13, 2007 00:20

 
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The United States and Vietnam have agreed to work together on efforts to use nuclear energy peacefully, US officials said Wednesday. The US National Nuclear Security Administration said it would help Vietnam as the country prepares to develop civilian nuclear power. The accord with Vietnam was signed last month. William Tobey, an official with the administration, said the arrangement will help Vietnam use civilian nuclear energy while reducing the possible spread of nuclear technology.

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