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Russia’s Rosatom, Brazilian Camargo Correa sign nuclear power cooperation deal

July 15, 2014, 12:48 UTC+3 BRASILIA
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BRASILIA, July 15 /ITAR-TASS/. Rusatom Overseas, a division of the Russian civilian nuclear power corporation Rosatom, signed on Tuesday a memorandum of understanding with Brazilian Camargo Correa on building an additional spent fuel storage facility and a nuclear power station in Brazil.

The document was signed as part of Russian President Vladimir Putin’s official visit to Brazil.

The document was signed by Rusatom Overseas CEO Dzhomart Aliyev on Russia’s behalf and by Camargo Correa President Dalton Santos Avancini and Vice-President for Institutional Relations Marcelo Sturlini on Brazil’s behalf.

The document envisages an expansion of bilateral cooperation in nuclear power, in particular, the construction of engineering and technical facilities at the Brazilian operational Angra nuclear power plant and partnership in the construction of new nuclear power units in Brazil.

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