Peruvian Foreign Affairs Minister Mario Lopez participated in the
, hosted at the organization's headquarters in Vienna on September 21-25, the Foreign Affairs Ministry has reported.
In this regard, he thanked the IAEA
for having sent new coronavirus detection and diagnosis equipment, as well as special protective equipment and biosafety items, for a total value of €675,000 (about US$787,218).
Likewise, the excellent cooperative relationship between Peru and the organization was highlighted, which has allowed progress in the consolidation of nuclear medicine and the application of nuclear technology in other areas such as human health, industry, and agriculture.
Within this framework, the close collaboration for the establishment and operation of the first Tissue Bank in Peru —in charge of the National Institute of Child Health— was recalled.
Along these lines, Peru's support for the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action was transmitted to the international community as the only instrument to resume dialogue between the Islamic Republic of Iran and the parties originally involved in the agreement, in order to monitor the Iranian nuclear program.