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Russia and Nigeria signed nuclear project development agreements

Russia and Nigeria signed agreements on construction and operation of a Nuclear Power Plant and a Research Center.


Russia and Nigeria on October 30, 2017, signed agreements on construction and operation of a Nuclear Power Plant and a Research Center housing a multi-purpose nuclear research reactor in Nigeria. The parties also signed a roadmap for cooperation in the field of peaceful usage of nuclear technologies.

 

On behalf of Rosatom the documents were signed by Anton Moskvin, VP for Marketing and Business Development of Rusatom Overseas (a part of Rosatom ).

The signer on behalf of Nigeria was Simon Pesco Mallam, Chairman of the Nigeria Atomic Energy Commission.

 

The signing ceremony was attended by Gen. Director of Rosatom Alexey Likhachev and Permanent Representative of  Nigeria to the international organizations in Vienna Vivian Nwunaku Rose Okeke.

 

«The development of nuclear technologies will allow Nigeria to strengthen its position as one of the leading countries of the African continent. These are the projects of a large scale and strategic importance, that will determine the relationship between our 2 countries in the long term», emphasized Anton Moskvin.

 

The 2 countries started their partnership in 2009 by executing an intergovernmental agreement on cooperation in the field of the peaceful usage of nuclear technologies.

Further on, intergovernmental agreements on cooperation in design, construction, operation and decommissioning of the NPP and the Nuclear Research Center housing a multi-purpose nuclear research reactor were signed.

 

To read the news in Russian.

 

 

Source : Neftegaz.RU