Rosatom CEO pleased with progress on Paks upgrade

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Russiaʼs state-owned atomic energy company Rosatom is pleased with the preparations being undertaken prior to the upgrade of Hungaryʼs sole nuclear power plant Paks, the company’s CEO told journalists at the Atomexpo trade fair in Moscow yesterday, Hungarian news agency MTI reported.

Chief Sergey Kiriyenko expressed his gratitude towards the Hungarian government for choosing Russian technology for the implementation of the new blocks in Paks, central Hungary. Rosatom will build two blocks at the Paks plant as part of a project financed for the most part with credit from the Russian state.

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