Nuclear news

Editorial Staff
May 6, 2010

While negotiating with France for help in building at least four nuclear reactors in the Italian peninsula, Italy also recently reached an accord with Russia to set up a new nuclear plant in Kaliningrad, a Russian exclave situated between Poland and Lithuania, some 320 kilometres from mainland Russia. Executives from Italian power company Enel and Russian energy company Inter RAO signed a memorandum of understanding to cooperate on future projects, including the new nuclear plant in Kaliningrad.

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