Hungary to sign nuclear fuel transit agreement with Russia and Ukraine in April.

By bne IntelliNews January 30, 2012
The governments of Hungary, Russia and Ukraine will sign in April 2012 an agreement on nuclear fuel transit between Russia and Hungary across Ukraine, Inerfax news agency reported. The three countries have been negotiating a new agreement since 2006. The agreement concerns fuel supplied by Russian TVEL to Hungary's single nuclear power plant Paks. The plant's operator Paksi Atomeromu requested in December 2011 an extension of the lifespan of the plant by 20 years.
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