India and Russia will soon sign contracts for design and supply of equipment for Units 5 & 6 at Kundankulam Nuclear Power Plant (KNPP) building on the General Framework Agreement and Credit Protocol for these reactors concluded at the June 1 annual summit in St Petersburg.
“Taking into fact agreement signed recently for Units 5 & 6 for KNPP contracts for design and supply of equipment for the same will be signed in near future,” Valery Limarenko, Director General of Atomstroyexport (Rosatom subsidiary) told a group of journalists on the sidelines of Atomexpo, world’s biggest annual nuclear expo here. Read more
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