Government to accelerate process of obtaining permits for Paks upgrade
The Hungarian government reportedly declared the obtaining of permits for an upgrade of Hungary’s sole nuclear power plant Paks, a matter of “elevated significance for the national economy”, which will accelerate the process, Hungarian news agency MTI reported according to the latest issue of the official gazette Magyar Közlöny.
The Hungarian government is expanding the power plant with another two blocks. The bulk of the project is being financed by Russia’s Rosatom through a €10 bln line of credit.
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