Russian nuclear contractor Atomstroyexport cannot complete the work on Iranâ€™s Bushehr nuclear power plant by the end of 2007, Igor Ivanov, secretary of Russiaâ€™s Security Council said on Tuesday, April 17. Ivanov sited cash crunch and technical problems as reasons for the delay.
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Iran has resumed paying for construction of the Bushehr nuclear power plant but has still to catch up after recent shortfalls, the AFP news agency reported quoting an official statement by Russiaâ€™s atomic energy agency.
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Russia is bringing home its technicians and engineers from Iranâ€™s unfinished nuclear reactor site at a time of growing international pressure on Tehran to curb its atomic ambitions, U.S. and European representatives said on Tuesday according to the Associated Press report.
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Russia’s nuclear equipment export monopoly Atomstroyexport said Monday it plans to build a nuclear power plant in Morocco.
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A Russian delegation comprising officials and experts of Atomstroiexport, the company that is building the Bushehr nuclear power plant, arrived Monday in Tehran to settle a dispute over an alleged default in payment by Iran for the plant, Iranian state news agency IRNA reported.
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Vladimir Putin has said that Moscow is going to switch energy relations with all countries to a market footing, the ITAR-TASS news agency reports.
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German Chancellor Angela Merkel flies to a Black Sea resort on Sunday for a one-day meeting with Russia’s Vladimir Putin.
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Russian authorities have detained Ivan Mironov, the 25-year-old history student, who had been wanted over an assassination attempt on the head of the Unified Energy Systems of Russia joint-stock company, Anatoly Chubais, RIA Novosti news agency reported December 12. Boris Mironov, father of the detainee and former Russian Federation Press Minister has also been detained in Moscow recently.
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Russia will carry over 300 kilos of enriched uranium from a Soviet-era nuclear research reactor in eastern Germany back to Russia, the Reuters news agency reported Thursday.
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North Korea has offered Russia exclusive rights to its natural uranium deposits in exchange for support at the stalled talks on Pyongyangâ€™s nuclear ambitions, a newspaper is quoted by the Associated Press news agency.
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