President of Hungary Janos Ader has signed a law on the expansion of the Paks nuclear power plant. Earlier Hungarian Parliament approved the agreement with Russia concerning construction of two units at the Paks NPP. The deal about new units 100 km south from Budapest with total power of 2,200 MW financed by Russian credit was signed in Moscow on January 14, as a result of a meeting between President of Russia Vladimir Putin and Prime Minister of Hungary Viktor Orbán. At the beginning of February the Parliament of Hungary ratified an intergovernmental agreement.
Friendship on Favorable Terms
ZiO-Podolsk and ZIOMAR signed a cooperation agreement with NEM Energy, a European leader in engineering of exhaust-heat boilers.
Sports and Education
Mersin’s handball team visited Public Information Center of the Akkuyu NPP, being constructed upon Russian project.