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Uzbekistan adds second plant to nuclear power goal

12 juli 2019

Uzbekistan has decided it now wants to build four nuclear power units and not just two as previously stated, Alisher Sultanov, the country's energy minister, said in an interview with news agency Kun.uz this week.

Bron: World Nuclear News
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