Anas Khan - 2 years ago
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Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) has organised the 4th Emirati Women's Day Forum under the theme ‘Women on the Course of Zayed’ at the Armani hotel in Dubai. The forum celebrates Emirati Women's Day, which is observed every 28 August.
/ Minal Khan - 2 years ago
Environmental NGOs welcomed South Africa's decision to scrap the plan on boosting energy supply from nuclear plants, and expressed hope that further steps will be taken by the country in embracing renewables, in comments to Sputnik.
/ Sehar Sial - 2 years ago
French President Emmanuel Macron's proposal to build a strategic partnership between France and Russia is a positive step forward, Sophie Primas, the chair of the committee on economic affairs of the French Senate, told Sputnik on Tuesday.
/ Zaroon Ismail - 2 years ago
By canceling US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo's planned visit to Pyongyang, President Donald Trump likely believes Pyongyang has more to lose from stalled negotiations on denuclearization, as strict sanctions in place continue to hurt the North Korean economy, experts told Sputnik.
Emirati women have made their mark in one of the world’s most advanced sectors, the peaceful nuclear energy sector, which reflects their ability to meet their challenges and their determination to prove their worthiness,
/ Imran Iqbal - 2 years ago
China and Russia have reaffirmed their commitment to the peaceful denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula, the Chinese Foreign Ministry said on Tuesday.
Zaroon Ismail - 2 years ago
Minahil Waseem - 2 years ago
/ Bakhtawar Ameen - 2 years ago
The new South African government shelved the plans of the cabinet of former President Jacob Zuma to increase the use of nuclear energy in the country, opting for the use of coal, gas and wind power instead, according to the Integrated Resources Plan (IRP) for the period up to 2030 released by Energy Minister Jeff Radebe on Monday.