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MOSCOW, December 05. /ITAR-TASS/. In order to implement nuclear projects Indonesia is considering Russian technologies, said Ferhat Aziz, a spokesman for the government’s National Atomic Energy Agency (BATAN).
Speaking at a conference in Moscow on Thursday, Aziz said, “Low power nuclear plants can solve the problem of supplying accessible and environmentally pure energy to distant areas of Indonesia.”
At present, the country is developing the nuclear infrastructure, the spokesman said.
The National Atomic Energy Agency is giving economic and technological assessments to major nuclear plants and low power nuclear plants, he said, adding that Indonesia was considering the use of Russian technologies.