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The director of the Iraqi Center for Radiation Protection at the Iraqi Ministry of Environment, Sabah Al-Husseini, revealed, on Friday, that a study had been submitted to the Iraqi government in order to build a nuclear reactor in the country.
Al-Husseini said in an interview with "Sputnik", followed by IQ NEWS, about the possibility of building an Iraqi nuclear reactor: "Now there is no barrier for Iraq to build a nuclear reactor or benefit from the nuclear reactor for peaceful purposes. All Security Council resolutions have been remedied, and Iraq has emerged from the sanctions." international in this regard.
Al-Husseini added, "There is a study, and we were members of it, about the possibility of benefiting from atomic energy for energy production in Iraq. It was presented to the prime minister, and all options were included, from the use of large reactors to small ones to modern ones called smart for energy production. This is less pollution and faster in the installation process, so There is no technical or legal barrier to using this topic in Iraq, but this matter is left to the government's decisions."