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Strengthening of strategic cooperation between Russia and India in the peaceful use of atomic energy
Yesterday Sergei Kiriyenko, head of Rosatom, and Ratan Kumar Sinh, head of the Indian Atomic Energy Department, signed a program of long-term cooperation between the countries in the field of nuclear energy for peaceful purposes. The document was named "Strategic vision for strengthening cooperation in the peaceful use of atomic energy between the Russian Federation and India"
At the same time, an agreement was signed on the construction of the third and fourth power units of the Kudankulam NPP. In total, according to Sergei Kiriyenko, Russia and India want to build at least 20 power units within 12 years.
The financing mechanism for such projects will remain traditional and will be a government loan. The partners will pay for the purchase of Indian equipment and construction work, the head of Rosatom noted.
At the same time, the parties agreed on confidentiality of information in this area and non-disclosure of relevant technical data.