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Russia launching Iranian APP in Autumn 2007
19.09.2006 15:57
Russia launching Iranian APP in Autumn 2007

Sergey Kirienko announced that the launching of the atomic power plant in Iranian town Busher will take place in November of 2007.
      The APP Busher first criticality will come about September of 2007, and the APP starter - in November of 2007, reported Kirienko to journalists in Vienna after his arriving to IAEA headquarters.
      The session, which will examine questions on the activities of the Agency, is attended by the representatives of 140 IAEA member countries. Sergey Kirienko is the head of the Russian delegation. At the meeting he is going to tell about atomic power engineering development in Russia, and Russian initiatives to provide new countries with the nuclear fuel cycle services.
      In June Russian company Atomstroyexport carrying out construction works in Busher announced the start of work on launching the water chemical purification system at Busher APP, and this was the first step preceding the commencement of balancing and commissioning.


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