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24 power unit NPP, which can build Russia in India, will cover its energy demand

With reference to the statement of the Russian ambassador in India, Alexander Kadakin.
The Times of India writes that Russia can build in India the order of 20-24 nuclear power units.

Prior to that, agreements were reached, according to which 14-16 NPP units will be erected. The road map for cooperation in the nuclear energy sector may be presented during the visit of Russian President Vladimir Putin to Delhi. According to the ambassador, representatives of Russia and India will begin to discuss the construction of the fifth and sixth blocks of the nuclear power plant in Kudankulam in the near future. The agreement on the construction of the third and fourth nuclear power units of the nuclear power plant is planned to be signed during the visit of Vladimir Putin to India.

“We have big plans for cooperation in the field of nuclear energy,” the ambassador said at a press conference ahead of the Russian president’s visit. According to him, the construction of 24 power units will cover energy demand in India.

Kudankulam NPP is built with technical assistance from Russia in accordance with the intergovernmental agreement of 1988 year and its supplement from 1998 year.

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