Russia to Build 4,800-MW Nuclear Power Plant in Egypt

 Russia to Build 4,800-MW Nuclear Power Plant in Egypt

Russia signed a cooperation agreement to build and operate a four-unit, 1,200-MW-each nuclear power plant in Egypt.

The memorandum of understanding between the Russian Federal Service for Environmental, Technological and Nuclear Supervision and the Egyptian regulatory body for nuclear and radiological safety was signed to further develop the nuclear infrastructure.

The two countries signed an agreement on the development of the project that determined the specifications of the plant and key areas of operation in February.

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