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Russia set to sign documents on Argentine Atucha NPP’s new power unit by yearend

April 23, 2015, 20:43 UTC+3 MOSCOW
Final dates will depend on the approval of financial terms
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Sergey Kiriyenko (right), Argentina's Minister of Federal Planning, Public Investment and Services Julio De Vido and and Vladimir Putin (left)

Sergey Kiriyenko (right), Argentina's Minister of Federal Planning, Public Investment and Services Julio De Vido and and Vladimir Putin (left)

© Valery sharifulin/TASS

MOSCOW, April 23. /TASS/. Russia is ready to sign final documents by the end of this year on building a new power unit for the Argentinian Atucha nuclear power plant, Russian civilian nuclear power corporation Rosatom Head Sergey Kiriyenko said on Thursday.

"It is difficult for me now to assess how much time will be required for work at the level of the finance ministries but from the viewpoint of our readiness we can prepare final documents by the end of this year," Kiriyenko said.

Final dates will depend on the approval of financial terms, he added.

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