Kazakhstan Will Enrich Uranium in Russia, Studies Power Station
Kazakhstan plans to start enriching uranium at a processing center in the Russian town of Novouralsk, Sergei Kiriyenko, head of Moscow-based Rosatom Corp. told reporters today in Astana.
Kazakhstan may start building a nuclear power station jointly with Russia next year, President Nursultan Nazarbayev said today in Astana after meeting his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin.
Russia is also considering entering the Horizon project to build nuclear-power stations in the U.K., Kiriyenko said, according to Interfax.
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