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Japan wants to develop cooperation with Russia in the field of peaceful nuclear energy

Japanese corporations want to develop cooperation with Russian enterprises and scientific organizations in the field of peaceful nuclear energy, NIA-Federation reports. Representatives of Japanese business announced this during their visit to the Krasnoyarsk Territory.

Viktor Zubarev, member of the Energy Committee of the State Duma of the Russian Federation, who took part in the meeting with representatives of Japan, noted: “The delegation's interest in the Krasnoyarsk Territory is obvious - this is where Rosatom's large-scale projects are being implemented. This includes a new SNF storage facility and an Experimental Demonstration Center and a MOX fuel production plant. Thus, we can say that Siberia is home to one of the main world centers for the development of high-tech peaceful nuclear energy. "

Takuya Hattori, director of the Japan Atomic Industrial Forum, said that Rosatom's facilities in the Krasnoyarsk Territory left him a good impression. He stressed that already now Japan and Russia are negotiating on expanding cooperation in the use of nuclear materials: “We discussed the issues of storing spent nuclear fuel, possible future cooperation in the field of nuclear fuel reprocessing”.

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