(Persia Digest) – The nuclear cooperation conference between Iran and China began in Beijing on Wednesday morning, 11 April 2018, as two major business, cultural, and economic partners.
Other talks have already taken place over the past few months on peaceful nuclear energy in Brussels, Moscow, and Isfahan.
Representatives from the P5+1 countries, signatories to the 2015 JCPOA nuclear agreement with Iran, are also present here.
Topics to be discussed here include the future of international cooperation within the JCPOA framework and its Annex III.
Talks about mutual interests and Iranian scientists visiting Chinese nuclear installations are also on the agenda.
Presently, China’s National Nuclear Corporation (CNNC) is acting as advisor to the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran in redesigning its heavy water reactors in Khandab.