Russia's initiative on international guarantees of nuclear fuel supplies and services has evolved into a decision to establish a reserve of low enriched uranium in Kazakhstan. In its turn, Russia will ensure low-enriched uranium (LEU) transit through its territory to and from the ‘bank’ if need arises. The transit agreement was signed in Saint Petersburg on 18 June by IAEA Director General Yukiya Amano and Rosatom CEO Sergei Kirienko.
7th International ATOMEX 2015 Forum will take place on 13–15 October in Moscow's Expocenter.
Testing for Temelin
As part of the two-year contract with the Czech Nuclear Research Institute, the Central Research Institute for Machine Building Technology (a subsidiary of Atomenergomash, Rosatom's nuclear engineering division) performed ultrasonic testing of weld seams between the steam header and steam plant at Temelin Unit 1 and Unit 2.
Russia is China's major partner in developing fast reactor and closed nuclear cycle technologies and commercial solutions, said Wan Gang, President of the Chinese Institute of Atomic Energy (CIAE).
Japanese experts appreciated Russian technologies
Takuya Hattori, President of the Japanese Atomic Industry Forum, visited Rosatom's Siberian Chemical Plant.
Rosatom anchored in Finland
Presidents of Russia and Finland discussed the Hanhikivi project to be built by Russia.
A legal framework for cooperation
Rosatom took part in the Saint Petersburg International Economic Forum. At SPIEF, Russia signed fundamental agreements on nuclear cooperation with international partners. Rosatom came to an agreement on joint projects with Russian majors.