Russia ‘Willing To Help’ Peru Build First Nuclear Station

Posted by NucNet on 10 November 2014 in NucNet

Plans & Construction

The presidents of Russia and Peru have discussed the possibility of Russia building a first nuclear power station in the South American country.

According to a Russian presidential aide, Vladimir Putin told Ollanta Humala that Russian state nuclear corporation Rosatom would be “willing to help”. The aide said specifics were not discussed and neither was financing, but the topic would be on the agenda of future meetings between representatives of the two countries.

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