ST. PETERSBURG, July 25 (RIA Novosti) – All foreign partners of Russia’s national nuclear corporation Rosatom fully comply with their obligations in joint projects, the company’s head, Sergei Kirienko, said Friday.
“To date, we have reached the volume of contracts with foreign countries amounting to over 22 nuclear blocks. The number of our foreign contracts has increased by two and a half times and by the year-end it should reach $100 billion,” Kirienko told journalists, adding that he was speaking about a 10-year period.
“None of our foreign partners have given up their obligations,” Rosatom head stressed.
He added that the company was planning to sign a number of new agreements with foreign partners in the second half of the year but withheld further details.