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Russia to Provide Fuel for Polish Nuclear Reactor
15.01.2008 12:27
Russia to Provide Fuel for Polish Nuclear Reactor

RosAtom press-service reports about a contract signed between Russian company and Polish Institute of Nuclear Energy.
      Russian joint stock company TVEL has signed a contract with the Institute of Nuclear Energy, located in the Polish city of Sverk. The contract provides delivery of nuclear fuel to the research nuclear reactor Maria.
      JSC TVEL is the largest nuclear fuel producing company in Russia. Nuclear fuel, 36%-uranium-235 enriched, will arrive to Poland from Novosibirsk later this year.


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