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UAE announces successful operation of first nuclear energy reactor in Barakah

The milestone achievement was announced tweeted by Shiekh Mohammed.

UAE has announced the successful operation of the first peaceful nuclear energy reactor in the Arab world, at Barakah Nuclear Energy Stations in Abu Dhabi.

The milestone achievement was announced tweeted by His Highness Shiekh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai.

“We announce the UAE’s success in operating the first peaceful nuclear energy reactor in the Arab world, at Barakah Nuclear Energy Stations in Abu Dhabi .. The work teams succeeded in loading nuclear fuel packages, carrying out comprehensive tests and successfully completing the operation,” tweeted Sheikh Mohammed on Saturday.

“I bless my brother Mohamed bin Zayed for this achievement,” he added.

“The goal is to operate four nuclear power stations that will provide a quarter of the state’s need for electricity in a safe, reliable and emission-free way,” he added.

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