Dubai: In Saudi Arabia, Yuvraj Mohammed Bin Salman laid the foundations of the country's first nuclear research reactor, moving ahead from new sources and moving ahead with new options to meet energy needs on Monday. According to the Saudi government, this reactor is one of the seven projects that King Carl King Abdullah had announced when he went to the city.
The Saudi Press Agency has not provided detailed information about the Research Reactor or the Non-Power Reactor. It is not clear whether the reactor will be used for research or for commercial production. At the same time, it is not clear how much the cost will be to create a research reactor. The experts say that Saudi Arabia's specialty is that its ruler tries to avoid saying anything about security or any plans for safety before landing on the grounds of any project.
The role of Saudi Arabia is crucial in the world's oil producers. Saudi Arabia is dependent on petrol and diesel for most of its needs. Along with this, Saudi Arabia is working on a plan to create 16 nuclear reactors in the next two decades. In an interview with CBS Television, Mohammad bin Salman said that Iran's President is like Hitler. With this he said that he wants to have his own project in the Middle East. Saudi Arabia has expressed objection to Iran's nuclear program in 2015. Explain that Iran's nuclear program has declared strong restrictions as dangerous to the world.