中国和国际原子能机构签署合作协议 China, IAEA, Sign Nuclear Cooperation Agreement

17 August, 2010

中国和国际原子能机构承诺要相互合作,改善东亚的核安全。
 
双方签署的一个新的协议也要求双方在人员培训以及规则和标准方面进行更密切的合作。
 
这个协议是日本外交官天野之弥星期二访问北京时签署的。天野之弥去年12月成为国际原子能机构总干事。中国国家原子能机构主任陈求发代表中国在协议上签了字。
 
有关这次会谈的报导没有提及宣称已经进行过核武器测试而且被认为是对东亚核安全造成最严重威胁的北韩。
 
中国是北韩最重要的援助和必需品的供应国。

China and the International Atomic Energy Agency have pledged to work together to improve nuclear security in East Asia.
 
A new agreement also requires the two to cooperate more closely in such areas as staff training and regulations and standards.
 
The deal was signed Tuesday during a visit to Beijing by Japanese diplomat Yukiya Amano, who became head of the IAEA in December. China Atomic Energy Authority Chairman Chen Qiufa signed for China.
 
Reports from the meeting did not mention North Korea, which says it has tested nuclear weapons and is considered the most serious threat to nuclear security in the region. 
 
China is North Korea's most important supplier of aid and essential goods.