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    Post by rocky Tue 01 Mar 2022, 5:44 am

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    Today, Tuesday, the Ministry of Environment announced the preparation of a comprehensive national plan for areas of radioactive contamination, while it indicated that a study on the construction of a nuclear reactor was sent to the Prime Minister's Office.
    The Director-General of the Ministry's Radiation Protection Center, Sabah Al-Husseini, told the Iraqi News Agency (INA): "The center prepared a national plan for all registered areas, and submitted it to the Secretary-General of the Council of Ministers, where the Council approved this plan, which is only waiting for the budget to be released to start it." Pointing out that "there are sites where work is nearing completion, in addition to other sites where work will be long and may reach months, such as the al-Adaya site in Mosul, which was tampered with by terrorist groups, as it needs deliberation and follow-up procedures that require about three months or more. ".
    Al-Husseini added: "As for the rest of the sites in the central and southern Euphrates, they were taken over after the Basra file was completed, and with regard to the Maysan file, it is close to completion, in addition to the Muthanna file, which is finished, and what remains is only the Anbar file, which includes one site, and with its completion, the work is completed in a third of Iraq.
    He pointed out that "the budget is very little compared to what foreign companies require if they are contracted, as they require twice the amount requested by the ministry by simply scanning the x-rays without removing pollution," noting that "the ministry requested 4 million dollars for all of Iraq."
    He pointed out that "the executive body is the Ministry of Science and Technology - Directorate of Pollution Decontamination, and the Iraqi Commission for the Confiscation of Radiation, in cooperation between National Security, intelligence and the concerned governorates to support the ministry."
    Regarding the establishment of a nuclear reactor, Al-Husseini affirmed that “the committee in the Preventive Center for Radiation is mandated to develop a study of the extent to which Iraq benefits from the establishment of a nuclear reactor to generate energy for peaceful purposes and water desalination,” explaining that “the committee developed a set of perceptions of how Iraq can benefit from the types, sizes and locations of reactors.”
    He explained that "there are sites that it is proposed to work on, such as Basra, which will benefit greatly from the file, as it will solve the issues of energy and water desalination, in addition to the fact that many oil and energy companies are present in the province," noting that "the study was sent to the Prime Minister's office and the ministry awaiting an answer."
    He added, "The ministry is a supervisory, not an executive, body. It is responsible for setting standards that comply with the International Energy Agency, and is keen to protect the citizen and the environment from radiation, and it is not an executive body until it submits offers," explaining that "energy files are usually submitted to the Ministry of Electricity exclusively."
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