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Nuclear News Ticker - February 10, 2021

AtomInfo.Ru, PUBLISHED 10.02.2021

The Izhorskiye Zavody, part of the OMZ Group, has manufactured 16 bottoms for the hydraulic tanks of the passive core cooling system for the third unit of the Akkuyu NPP (Turkey).

The Volgodonsk branch of JSC "AEM-Technologies" has completed one of the key stages of manufacturing the reactor vessel for the second unit of the Ruppur NPP in Bangladesh.

Russia and Iran continue their bilateral partnership on the construction of nuclear units at the Bushehr nuclear power plant, the head of the AEOI said.

Topics: NPP Akkuyu, Bangladesh, NPP Bushehr, Nuclear News Tickers

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