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Open doors day took place at the Akkuyu NPP site

Press Service of AKKUYU NUCLEAR Project Company, PUBLISHED 09.10.2018

On October 6 in Buyukeceli (Province of Mersin) AKKUYU NUCLEAR Project Company organized the first Open doors day at the construction site of Akkuyu NPP (Turkey).

Residents of the nearest localities of Gulnar district, Mersin province, were guests of the event. Through a guided bus tour the guests got acquainted with the construction progress of the plant and infrastructure facilities at the site, got an opportunity to communicate with representatives of the Project Company, learnt about the NPP technologies and operation principles as well as measures to provide for project safety and environment protection.

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William D. Magwood, IV

William D. Magwood, IV
It has been a great trip for me. I learned more about what the Russian organizations are doing. We saw some new opportunities for cooperation and also I heard about some activities I would like to learn more about.


Siegfried Hecker

Siegfried Hecker
When I look at the past, I've always thought that cooperation was extremely important.My feeling is that we did a lot of good; there were a lot of benefits to both countries. It's often not appreciated that it was actually beneficial to both countries. Itis unfortunate that it came pretty much to an end between U.S. and Russia.


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