Yemen elected Vice President of 66th Round of IAEA’s General Conference

Yemen has been elected Monday as Vice President of the 66th Round of International Atomic Energy Agency’s General Conference for Middle East and South Asia Group.

Yemen’s Representative in the IAEA Haitham Shuga’addin said that electing Yemen as vice president to the 66th round is considered a victory to Yemen’s diplomacy in the IAEA’s galleries amid Iran delegation’s attempt to hinder consistence inside the Group of the Middle East and South Asia.

The conference will discuss in five days topics associated with technical cooperation and peaceful uses of atomic energy in curing cancer patients, agency’s insurances and Israeli nuclear capacities.