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MOSCOW, September 28 (Itar-Tass) —— Russian President Dmitry Medvedev congratulated nuclear power engineers on their professional holiday.
“For many decades the nuclear power industry plays an important role in economy and makes the defense capability of the country stronger. Thanks to your selfless work Russia takes highly competitive positions in nuclear power engineering and thermonuclear research, the creation of spacecraft and nuclear medicine,” the president said in a telegram posted on the Kremlin website on Wednesday.
“Today you should realize fully the innovative potential of the nuclear power industry and to use it for modernization and development of the country. You should focus attention on making nuclear power facilities reliable and safe,” Medvedev noted.
The president also expressed confidence that an abundant practical experience of workers in the nuclear power industry and their responsible attitude to their business “will contribute to the solution of new and large-scale tasks.”