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TENEX will deliver enriched uranium to the Republic of Korea through the Far East.

JSC Techsnabexport has completed pilot testing of a new route for transporting uranium products through the Russian Far East.
November 19 The fifth shipment of enriched uranium from the port of Vostochny in Primorsky Krai to the Republic of Korea in the last two years was successfully carried out in the past two years. The posted material is intended for the fabrication of nuclear fuel.
Thus, in practice, the possibility of using the Far Eastern transport corridor for commercial supplies of high-tech products of the Russian nuclear industry to the countries of the Asia-Pacific region has been confirmed.
starting from 2015 this route will be used on a regular basis.
The cargo was transshipped through the terminal of Vostochnaya Stevedore Company LLC, which has many years of experience in organizing container transshipments and is the largest provider of these services in the Far East. It was carried out in the shortest possible time and in compliance with all safety requirements. The Russian side was involved in the implementation of the project by the subsidiaries of JSC Techsnabexport - JSC SPb IZOTOP and TENEX-Korea Co., Ltd., as well as JSC Concern ASPOL-Baltic, FSUE SPb Emergency Technical Center and a number of other organizations.
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