Russia Signed A Deal to Start Nuclear Reactors in Iran
Tehran: Russia has signed a deal to build two more nuclear reactors in Iran, followed with construction of six more power plants.
Russia has agreed to start working on two more nuclear reactors in Iran, on Tuesday government has signed a deal to build eight nuclear plants in coming future, would be constructed in Iran.
The agreement comes just before few days when Iran is going for a final deal with six powers of world to stop nuclear power plants. On November, 24 six world powers including the US, the UK, France, Germany, Russia and China are going for a agreement with Iran to reduce its uranium enrichment below from a specific level that can be used to build an atomic weapon.
Russian government signed the deal of eight plants from which four would be constructed in at Bushehr, however, other four plants location not decided yet. The deal has been signed by Sergey Kirienko, Chief Executive Officer of Russia’s Rosatom, State Atomic Energy Corporation and Ali Akbar Salehi, head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran.
Both countries are also agreed to cooperate in the field of the nuclear fuel cycle and ecology and also to produce nuclear components in Iran, if possible. Iran official stated that the deal help to improve the bilateral relation of both countries while Russian counterpart gave positive reviews.