Sri Lanka’s negotiations on constructing a nuclear power plant with Russian Federation participation are going positively, Sri Lanka’s Plantation Industries and Industries Minister Ramesh Pathirana said, RIA Novosti informed on July 11.
“The issue of building a nuclear power plant has been discussed, (the project) is under preparation, it is going on positively – to see if we can move forward in this issue in cooperation with Russia,” the minister said.
He noted that an agreement on signing a construction agreement has not yet been reached.
Earlier, the minister said Rosatom and Sri Lanka want to build a plant with a capacity of up to 300 megawatts, but various options are being worked out. Specialists who can work at the plant in the future have already started training in Sri Lanka.
Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency