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SOSNOVY BOR, July 25. /ITAR-TASS/. The present international agenda had no impact on fulfilling Rosatom Corporation’s foreign contracts, the corporation’s chief executive Sergei Kiriyenko said on Friday.
“None of our foreign partners refused to implement their liabilities under the contracts. I do not see any reasons for concerns,” he said. “If anybody starts to hesitate under political pressure, we’ll find other partners.”
The corporation was actively penetrating new foreign markets and expected new international contracts in the second half-year, Kiriyenko added.
Cooperation with Ukrainian partners continued uninterrupted despite “a tough period in relations with Ukraine”, Rosatom CEO said. “Ukraine’s nuclear power stations are still supplied with Russian nuclear fuel” and did not fail to pay for supplies, Kiriyenko said.
The volume of Rosatom foreign orders, he added, might amount to $100 billion by the year-end.