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Ekushey Book Fair in Dhaka about nuclear energy by Rosatom

First popular science illustrated book with basic facts about atomic energy in Bangla was presented by Russian atomic energy corporation Rosatom at Ekushey Book Fair at Bangla Academy. The presentation of the book was supported by the Ministry of the Science and Technology, Bangladesh Atomic Energy Commission and the Embassy of Russian Federation. The book became first printed material in Bangla language about nuclear energy available for general population and children.

Philipp Kosov, representative of Rosatom and Arshad Hossain, Director General of the Nuclear Energy Information Center and Novo Theatre presented the book to teachers of Dhaka schools. The books will be available at the Ekushey Book Fair at the Anondo Alo Stall (No 275).The rest of the print run of the book will be distributed free of charge to the headmasters of schools at Ishwardi area, Pabna district where Rooppur Nuclear Power Plant will be built.

The book contains answers to 30 frequently asked questions about nuclear power, operation of nuclear power station (NPP), its safety and ecological friendliness for population. It contains photographs of NPPs, nuclear fuel and other relevant subjects.

“We are stepping into the future of our country, the world of nuclear energy and we need to educate our people about its latest and safest technologies. This event became first in this direction and it is important, that we addressed not only Dhaka population in our effort, but local community as well”, noted Dr. Md. Shawkat Akbar, Project Director of Rooppur Nuclear Power Plant Project.

The communication strategy addresses needs to inform and educate people of Bangladesh and Rooppur in particular about basics of nuclear energy, its benefits, safety, eco-friendliness and cost effectiveness. It was signed along with action plan for the nuclear infrastructure at the meeting of workgroup of joint coordination committee for implementing Bangladesh nuclear power programme held in Dhaka in January 2015.

The remaining print run of the books will be distributed among the visitors of the Nuclear Energy Information Center in Novo Theatre, Dhaka. Nuclear Energy Information Center is important part of the Bangladesh Nuclear power communication programme. It was opened in 2013 and since then attracted over 17 000 children and adults.

For more information please contact:
Dinara Shikhametova
Russian State Nuclear Agency Rosatom
Press Office
Telephone: +7 (495) 956 39 72 ext. 1162
Mobile: +7 (926) 812 02 89

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