Security comes first in Turkey's first nuclear plant

March 2015
Journal of Turkish Weekly;3/9/2015, p1
The article reports on security concerns at Akkuyu nuclear power plant to be built in Turkey. Comments of Senior official Andrey Abramov at the plant regarding more thorough security conditions at the plant than the recommended Russian Novovoronej nuclear plant are given. It is noted that the reference for the construction for Turkey's nuclear plant will be Novovoronej nuclear plant situated near the country's border with Ukraine.


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