Rosatom Seeks EU Nuke Partners For Emerging Markets

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Two new units at the Novovoronezh Nuclear Power Plant in Russia, June 3, 2015. Rosatom said Russia can be quite relevant and quite important in order to improve the performance and safety of nuclear power stations in Europe.

Sanctions against Russia imposed because of Moscow’s actions in Crimea and eastern Ukraine, have created more problems for Russia’s partners than the country’s nuclear industry, the Rosatom France CEO tells New Europe


BRUSSELS - Sanctions against Russia imposed because of Moscow’s actions in Crimea and eastern Ukraine, have created more problems for Russia’s partners than the country’s nuclear industry, Rosatom France CEO told New Europe in an interview.

“Yes, we were,” Andrey Rozhdestvin said, asked if Rosatom was affected by the sanctions. “But it’s more about general atmosphere and general vision of people we work with and I think sanctions created more problems for our partners in order to get things l...


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