JSC Rusatom Service conducted a four-day course of export control training for specialists of the Federal Agency for Nuclear Regulation (FANR) of the UAE. The training was aimed at an in-depth study of export issues of nuclear dual-use goods and technologies, the implementation of catch-all mechanisms, as well as the exchange of "best practices" in organizing an export control system at the national and corporate levels. 


As part of the training, a discussion of case-study and a series of lectures were held. For better understanding of the material, the organizers prepared a business game and video materials. The employees who passed the training and successfully passed the final test were issued certificates. This is the first implemented project between Rosatom State Corporation and FANR. 
The Director of Rosatom Regional Center in the Middle East and North Africa Alexander Voronkov noted: "We see the high interest of our colleagues from the UAE in the system of nuclear export control implemented in Russia. The knowledge gained during the training can be applied by FANR specialists both in their daily activities with the existing procedures for controlling the transfer of dual-use goods and technologies, as well as for applying new control tools." 
Maria Roskoshnaya, Head of the Export Control Department of JSC Rusatom Service, noted the high level of training of listeners in export control issues, as well as the presence of a system that includes the most modern technologies of work processes organization. The training received positive feedback from participants. The FANR management is interested in continuing cooperation on export control topic.
Source: ROSATOM Communications Dept.