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Finland’s nuclear deal with Rosatom endangered?

As the diplomatic tone between Russia and the West has reached a new level after the shelling of Mariupol which left at least 30 people dead, a new round of sanctions against Russia is being discussed among European politicians. Originally an ease of sanctions against Russia should have been discussed in March especially as representatives … Continue reading Finland’s nuclear deal with Rosatom endangered?

Ukraine to import US nuclear fuel

According to media reports (ITAR-TASS article) Ukraine plans to import nuclear fuel for its nuclear power plants in future from the US based company Westinghouse, thus replacing nuclear fuel originating from Russia. Ukrainian state owned company Energoatom and Westinghouse, which biggest owner is the Japanese Toshiba group, have signed an agreement on nuclear fuel delivery … Continue reading Ukraine to import US nuclear fuel

Finland continues energy deals with Russia

Despite EU sanctions against Russia, Finland continues negotiating energy deals with Russia. On 5 December, just one day before Finnish independence day (Finland was part of the Russian Empire until 6 December 1917), the Finnish parliament decides on a new nuclear power plant project that is partly owned by Russia’s state owned Rosatom and will … Continue reading Finland continues energy deals with Russia