Russia extends deadline for Belarus to start repaying a loan for the construction of BelNPP by one year 05:51

Russia extended the deadline for Belarus to start repaying a loan for the construction of BelNPP by one year. writes about it interfax Pursuant to the relevant order of the Government of the Russian Federation. Published on the official Internet portal of legal information.

According to the new version of the document, “the loan is used by the Belarusian side in 2011-2023” and “the repayment of the loan by the Belarusian side begins 6 months from the date of commissioning of the nuclear power plant, but no. After April 1, 2024.” It will be paid in 30 equal installments every 6 months.

Former Ministry of Energy of Belarus reportedA cooperation plan is being developed with the Russian side to train personnel for nuclear energy. At a meeting of representatives of the Ministry of Energy with experts from the technical and corporate academies of Rosatom and Rosenergoatom, partnership prospects in the fields of personnel support for the operation of BelNPP and training in radioactive waste management were discussed.

Source: Gazeta


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