Rosatom Newsletter

#104

October 2015
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Lead Story
Maintaining stability
Rosatom assists Armenia in extending the service life of its nuclear station. Although the agreement was not made until the recent visit of Rosatom's delegation to Yerevan, the work had begun last year, even before the agreement was officially signed or any payment was made. The service life extension of Armenia's only nuclear power plant will guarantee reliable power supplies for the nation and curb the growth of power prices.
In Brief
Comprehensive agreement
Russia and China think it necessary and possible to make a comprehensive agreement in the nuclear industry, says Russian Deputy Prime Minister Dmitri Rogozin.
Quality as priority
The Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko had a meeting with Rosatom CEO Sergei Kirienko.
Maintenance services in Europe
Rusatom Service plans to acquire stakes in European nuclear maintenance companies, says its CEO Evgeny Salkov.
Expansion
Rosatom strengthens cooperation
The Russian Federation and Bolivia will cooperate in the nuclear field. A memorandum to this effect was signed in early October by Rosatom and the Bolivian Ministry of Hydrocarbons and Energy. Nigeria approved a draft version of the agreement with Russia on construction of the national nuclear center.
In Focus
Targets overachieved
The first Nuclear and Radiation Safety 2015 federal target program is coming to an end. Our article deals with its results and achievements.