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To Store Spent Nuclear Fuel for ₤70 mln
30.07.2007 18:19
To Store Spent Nuclear Fuel for ₤70 mln

Today Malcom Wicks, the Minister of State for Energy, UK, has arrived in Russia for studying the programs of security and non-proliferation of nuclear arms.
      The Minister plans to visit Andreev Gulf in Murmansk where thirty tons of spent nuclear fuel is held. Great Britain finances the programs of long-turn strategy and infrastructure of safe storage of spent nuclear fuel.
      Great Britain invests ₤70mln into the program of reducing nuclear threat. The member-countries are Russia, former Soviet states, Norway, Sweden and Italy.
      The Minister emphasizes that his visit shows Britain goodwill to work with Russia and to resist the threat of nuclear material proliferation together. This program is regarded as a good example of partnership of Russia and Great Britain.


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