Russia and China programmed two nuclear reactors in Tianwan Putin, last July, had completed his fifteenth visit to China by signing cooperation agreements

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Russian Prime Minister Dmitri Medvedev and Chinese Li Keqiang “support the joint construction of two reactors designed by Russia in the Tianwan nuclear power station, they plan to prepare a working draft for the signing of an intergovernmental protocol for the project, and promote the conclusion of contracts “: said today the Russian agency for Atomic energy Rosatom.

After a meeting in St. Petersburg between the two prime ministers, Russia and China have signed more than 20 cooperation documents, including one on nuclear energy which, according to Rosatom, it reflects the availability of Moscow and Beijing to cooperate in the construction of new nuclear reactors, as well as new power stations.

Putin, last July, had completed his fifteenth visit to China, where he had intensive discussions with the Chinese leadership led by President Xi Jinping. on that occasion it was discussed the agreement that today becomes official.

The documents signed included a declaration between Russia and China on the strengthening of international law, intergovernmental cooperation agreements for the joint implementation of a program to develop, produce, market and organize the after-sales service of a plane wide-bodied long-haul and develop more models based on it .The cooperation on the program to build a heavy helicopter, cooperation in protecting the technology to explore and use space for peaceful purposes, the development and operational start of space systems and ground infrastructure.

The appendix to the cooperation agreement, involved the construction of a nuclear power station on the Chinese territory, and a second Chinese state loan to Russia. An ‘”appendix” that this is not, as nuclear is playing an international match, even with Iran, where Russia is the protagonist.

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