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Russian delegation offers to build a nuclear reactor in Iraq

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Part of the reception of the Russian delegation at the University of Baghdad
  

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Economy News - Baghdad

Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research, Science and Technology, Qusai Al-Suhail, discussed with a Russian delegation an offer to build a nuclear reactor in Iraq in cooperation with the Russian government.

The ministry said in a statement seen by Al-Iqtisadiah that the meeting was held at the University of Baghdad, during which the minister was briefed on the offers made by the Russian state-owned company Ross Atom in order to build a nuclear reactor for peaceful and medical purposes.

The Minister was briefed on the details provided by the Russian delegation.

For its part, the Russian delegation expressed Moscow's willingness and willingness to cooperate with the Iraqi ministries concerned with this project in order to obtain consensus on the project.

The ministry pointed out that the technical delegations of the two countries will meet before the end of this year; to discuss the details of the offer made by (Ross Atom), and the suitability of the Iraqi requirements and needs.


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Seems the Russians need something and so where to place the 30 % Uranium from the US we GAVE them. Hope they never strike a deal with Iran to trade enriched Uranium for "peace and protection".

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You mean the same folks that created Chernobyl (Wormwood) nuclear disaster? Oh yeah. Come on in! Ha!

But please RV first!!!

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