Cooperation with the Turkish States

Subcategories

  • Eurasian Conferences on Nuclear Science and Applications

    "Eurasian Conferences on Nuclear Science and Applications" are organized in accordance with the resolutions agreed on the "Protocols for Cooperation concerning Peaceful Uses of Nuclear Energy" signed between the Turkish Atomic Energy Authority, Azerbaijan Academy of National Sciences, Kazakhstan Institute of Nuclear Physics , Kirghizistan Academy of National Sciences, and Uzbekistan Institute of Nuclear Physics. The purpose of the conferences is to increase the exchange of knowledge, and improve bilateral and multilateral scientific and technical cooperation.

  • Executive Committee

    Executive Committee was established in accordance with the resolutions agreed on the "Protocols for Cooperation concerning Peaceful Uses of Nuclear Energy" signed between the Turkish Atomic Energy Authority, Azerbaijan Academy of National Sciences, Kazakhstan Institute of Nuclear Physics, Kirghizistan Academy of National Sciences, and Uzbekistan Institute of Nuclear Physics  in order to determine and monitor the scope of collaboration.

    It's location is in the TAEK Headquarters, and consists of the representatives of the concerning countries. It gathers at least once a year.

  • Protocols for Cooperation

    Cooperation activities between the Turkish Atomic Energy Authority, Azerbaijan Academy of National Sciences, Kazakhstan Institute of Nuclear Physics , Kirghizistan Academy of National Sciences, Uzbekistan Institute of Nuclear Physics , and North Cyprus Ministry of Health are performed in accordance with the protocols signed by the concerning countries, and  the protocols of the Joint Economic Commission  signed by the governments of Turkey, Kazakhstan, Kirghizistan and Tajikistan.

  • Activities

    TAEK having collaboration and cooperation with the various countries and international organizations in the field of peaceful uses of nuclear energy, attempted to build cooperation between the Turkish States winning independences after the disintegration of the USSR, as from 1997.

    As a result of the activities supported by the counterpart organizations of Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Kirghizistan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, and North Cyprus,  protocols for cooperation were signed between the Turkish Atomic Energy Authority and these organizations.

    Joint conferences, seminaries, and training programs have been organized according to these protocols for cooperation.