Russia Inks Pact for Six Nuclear Reactors on New Site in India Russia Inks Pact for Six Nuclear Reactors on New Site in India (India’s Prime minister Narendra Modi waves as Russian President Vladimir Putin looks on in New Delhi on October 5, 2018 REUTERS/Altaf Hussain).
Radhakrishna N S
India and Russia on Friday (5) signed a pact to build six more nuclear reactors at a new site in India following summit talks between their leaders in New Delhi. Russian President Vladimir Putin and Indian Prime minister Narendra Modi also agreed to cooperate on India’s plan for a manned space mission. Russian state-owned reactor manufacturer Rosatom said in a statement that the two countries want to build six Russian-design nuclear reactors on a new site in India, boost nuclear cooperation in third countries and new nuclear technologies and are considering building nuclear plants together. The firm said Russia would…
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