Belarus to cooperate with Armenia in nuclear power
President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko said his country is interested in Armenia’s experience in atomic energy. During his visit to Armenia, Lukashenko said Belarus is building its first nuclear power plant. He stressed that the sides are showing interest in exchange of information and safe exploitation of an NPP, as well as new approaches to the building of energy units.
«You have accumulated considerable experience of exploiting such energy blocs. We expect that Armenia will be able to send at least a dozen experts to Belarus for them to help us in the early stages of operation of the NPP which is under construction now,» news.am quotes Lukashenko.
During the visit, several documents were signed, including an agreement on exchange of information and cooperation in nuclear safety and radiation protection.
Adapted from: Vestnik Kavkaza