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China, Saudi Arabia agree to enhance cooperation on a Peaceful usage of Nuclear Energy

Saudi Arabia and China have agreed to work together on “Peaceful Usages of Nuclear Energy.”

Both countries also agreed to establish a regional center for Chinese factories in the Kingdom.

The aforementioned details have been included in a video call between Saudi Energy Minister Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman and a Chinese official, Zhang Jianhua, as reported by the official Saudi Press Agency (SPA).


The two sides agreed to “cooperate within the framework of the bilateral cooperation agreement between the Chinese and Saudi governments in the field of peaceful uses of nuclear energy.


Both parties have emphasized the importance of “cooperation in the fields of electricity, renewable energy, and the field of clean hydrogen through research and development.

The two sides discussed joint investments in the “Belt and Road” project, as well as integrated refining and petrochemical complexes, as well as enhancing cooperation in the energy sector’s supply chains by establishing a regional center for Chinese factories to take advantage of the Kingdom’s distinguished location between three continents.


The two sides emphasized that Saudi Arabia is “the most reliable partner and exporter of crude oil supplies to China.”

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