Foreign experts praise Russian nuclear power machine, technologies

Foreign experts praise Russian nuclear power machine, technologies

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The permanent representatives of foreign countries to international organizations in Vienna visited Russia’s Rostov region in the framework of cooperation in the area of use of atomic energy in peaceful purposes and for acquaintance with modern Russian technologies for NPP construction and operation. The event was arranged by invitation of the Russian party as a member-state of IAEA and a member of the Agency Governing Board for permanent representatives of foreign countries to international organizations in Vienna.Including Mr. Mikhail Chudakov, IAEA Deputy Director General, 22 diplomats representing Argentina, Armenia, Brazil, Vietnam, Ghana, Egypt, India, Qatar, Kuwait, Malaysia, Morocco, Namibia, Nigeria, UAE, Pakistan, Singapore, Syria, Switzerland, Sudan and Japan.
Firstly, the diplomats visited Atommash, a branch of AEM-Technology, where the NPP equipment is manufactured as well as equipment for oil and gas and conventional power industry. The Atommash’s industrial capacities allow producing up to 4 sets of NPP equipment including reactor vessels.
During Rostov NPP visit, the delegations met Mr. Andrey Salnikov, Director of Rostov NPP and saw the main control room as well as unit-3 and unit-4. They were also informed about different aspects of Generation 3+ reactor technology.
While visiting the studio of 3D-modeling in Volgodosk branch of NIAEP, the delegations listened to the presentation of experts from Rosatom Engineering Division, which was established specially in the purposes of design development and construction management.
The diplomats’ visit came to the end with their visit at the premises of the training centre, where the upgraded full-scope simulator is installed. The foreign representatives gave high assessment to the results of their visit to Rostov region, meetings with the executives of the host companies and level of the presented information.

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