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Turkish atom. A general license for the construction of Akkuyu NPP was obtained in Rosatom

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Turkish News Agency Anadolu announces that official Ankara issued Rosatom a general license for the construction of the Akkuyu nuclear power plant. The license, as noted, was issued after the approval of all the details of the project, which was recognized by Turkish specialists from the Ministry of Energy to be completely safe.


Turkish atom. A general license for the construction of Akkuyu NPP was obtained in Rosatom


A solemn (official) ceremony of laying the foundation of Akkuyu NPP will take place today. The event is expected to be attended by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. It was noted that, perhaps, Russian President Vladimir Putin will arrive at the ceremony of laying the foundation for the new NPP. It is known that some preparatory work at the site was started at the end of 2017.

For reference: construction begins first power unit of nuclear power plants in Turkey. In total, the nuclear power plant will consist of four power units with VVER-1200 reactors belonging to the “3 +” generation. According to experts, these are the safest reactors today.

Press Service of Rosatom:
The project company Akkuyu Nuklear JSC, a subsidiary of Rusatom Energy International JSC (REIN JSC), which implements the Akkuyu NPP construction project in Turkey, received the full status of a strategic investor.


It is known that at the moment the project is funded by Russia. According to the Intergovernmental Agreement, at least 51% of the project shares will belong to the Russian Federation, the rest can be implemented between external investors.
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  1. Grandfather
    Grandfather April 3 2018 07: 12
    +1
    we are all over Akkuy ... Turks patters Th ... almost friends already ...
    1. Maz
      Maz April 3 2018 09: 23
      0
      That is, we invest in Turkey! Big money. Well, that’s good only if the Ottomans are gentlemen too
  2. Alex66
    Alex66 April 3 2018 07: 24
    +1
    It would be better if the Turks themselves paid for the nuclear power plant. And it will turn out like in a joke: "... come on, let's drive me into debt."
    1. hrych
      hrych April 3 2018 07: 45
      +20
      How much is the collapse of NATO and the withdrawal from it of the largest army after the United States? How much does the control of the Bosphorus cost, many do not know, but the Turks did not let the gas carrier into Ukraine, they did not interfere with the Syrian express and so on 51% of the station, i.e. Rosatom will have a controlling stake, immediately our TVELs will go, and not competitors like Westinghouse. The Russian Federation is also interested in a deficit of uranium in the foreign market, and it has a place to be why the US is forcing Germany and Japan to reduce their nuclear share in the energy sector. The United States has an aircraft carrier and submarine fleet completely on the atom, it has reached the point that they are forced to disassemble their nuclear arsenal for fuel. In addition to the Turkish stream, Turkey takes more than 70% of the consumed gas from the Russian Federation. A critical dependence in the energy sector on the Russian Federation is a necessary and useful thing in politics. Well, actually before the end of construction, whether Erdogan and Turkey itself will survive laughing
      1. RASKAT
        RASKAT April 3 2018 08: 56
        +5
        I agree. The station belongs to us, the payback period of the block is about 10 years, and it has been operating in the area of ​​100 years, possibly more. Plus, Rosatom is inevitable, as is the case in other countries where we are building nuclear power plants, and will be pulled to Turkey and other high-tech sectors of our economy. This is all money in our economy, not to mention political preferences, etc.
        I don’t understand why people don’t like it. request
        1. Ural resident
          Ural resident April 3 2018 09: 16
          0
          Well, plus a large number of controlled nuclear power plants allows you to quickly transfer civilian production to military, if that ...
        2. Stirbjorn
          Stirbjorn April 3 2018 11: 09
          0
          Quote: RASKAT
          I don’t understand why people don’t like it.

          Because the Turks can nationalize the nuclear power plant at any time, force majeure is not spelled out in the contract. That Rosat swells a lot of money in the construction, and then he, they just wring everything out. And the Turks will have their own nuclear power plant fellow
          1. RASKAT
            RASKAT April 3 2018 14: 45
            0
            Well, firstly, there is the IAEA, this is contrary to the rules and regulations. Secondly, this is an extremely unrealistic scenario. Well, nationalize and what will they do with it? All the documentation we have, all our specialists, where will they put the spent fuel? Who will put them a new one? For VVER 1200 no one has yet learned how to do it. Our Retaliatory Sanctions will hit them much harder.
            1. Yeraz
              Yeraz April 3 2018 15: 17
              0
              Quote: RASKAT
              Our Retaliatory Sanctions will hit them much harder.

              only it doesn’t reach people. They completely refuse to understand that without Russia and the nuclear power plant, it’s useless for anything, nor the S-400. But maybe all the same ....
          2. CAT BAIYUN
            CAT BAIYUN April 4 2018 19: 57
            +1
            force majeure not spelled out in the contract

            I am wildly sorry, Have you personally read this agreement? Or made up?
      2. Maz
        Maz April 3 2018 09: 26
        0
        This is all wonderful, but Erdogan will die and the Americans will not care about Turkey’s dependence on our gas and fuel elements. How do they spit on it in Ukraine, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Moldova, Georgia and others
        1. hrych
          hrych April 3 2018 09: 46
          +2
          You just do not understand, the energy of the former is paralyzed and they have to sit on our gas needle. The USSR gave these troglodytes economic security in the form of nuclear power plants, but the West does not need this, slaves must be dependent. The West needs a pipe, and these transit countries must be dependent on it. Turkey may die, it may turn into a dark state, but never back to the west. There, the deep state was destroyed with the help of the Russian Federation, the caste that ruled 100 years was destroyed. Your argument is half a full glass, not an empty one, as you want to imagine. Because of Russia, a revolution took place in America and a civil war began, while in the media and the struggle of the elites. In China, there was a coup from above and in Saudi Arabia. Everything, the World Order collapsed.
  3. Herculesic
    Herculesic April 3 2018 07: 26
    +2
    And will permission to bring down a couple more of our military aircraft be given to turchin? Somehow, the authorities quickly forgot about the shot down "drying"!
    1. Thrall
      Thrall April 3 2018 07: 37
      +4
      Quote: Herkulesich
      And will permission to bring down a couple more of our military aircraft be given to turchin? Somehow, the authorities quickly forgot about the shot down "drying"!

      Do you personally blame Putin now?
      Somehow they quickly forgot who they voted for smile
      1. Herculesic
        Herculesic April 3 2018 07: 49
        +1
        Thrall voted for Zhirinovsky, I am writing to you honestly! soldier
        1. karish
          karish April 3 2018 08: 00
          +6
          Quote: Herkulesich
          Thrall voted for Zhirinovsky, I am writing to you honestly!

          Well, why not?
          I’ll go to the circus tomorrow - tickets for 1000 rubles (with your money)
          And then he voted and ... the circus continues on TV and for free. laughing
        2. Flooding
          Flooding April 3 2018 08: 06
          +4
          Quote: Herkulesich
          Thrall voted for Zhirinovsky, I am writing to you honestly! soldier

          What does Vladimir Volfovich himself say on this subject?
          Yesterday: we must take Constantinople! The Bosphorus must be Russian!
          Today: it was necessary to be friends with Turkey, and not to fight!
          How will he surprise us tomorrow?
        3. Nasrat
          Nasrat April 3 2018 08: 23
          +4
          Quote: Herkulesich
          Thrall voted for Zhirinovsky, I am writing to you honestly! soldier



          Mother of God .... belay
          1. Loess
            Loess April 3 2018 10: 35
            0
            Quote: Nasr
            Mother of God ....
            What surprised you so much? Zhirinovsky had very ... mmm ... intellectual pre-election videos)), for example, I liked it) Especially about scrap metal from NATO equipment in the Military District)) Although I did not vote for him)
        4. Lekxnumx
          Lekxnumx April 3 2018 09: 08
          +4
          Quote: Herkulesich
          I voted for Zhirinovsky, I am writing to you honestly!

          Oh yes))) Even Meehan got caught on hearing, and this cost a lot, by the way))
          It was always interesting who in Russia votes for Zhirinovsky.
        5. Stas157
          Stas157 April 3 2018 09: 44
          +4
          Quote: Herkulesich
          I voted for Zhirinovsky, I am writing to you honestly!

          This is normal, consider what kind of Putin! Zhirinovsky has never been an independent figure, and his opposition to real power is only formal. With the same success they could vote for Sobchak, there would be no difference.
    2. Winnie76
      Winnie76 April 3 2018 12: 23
      +1
      Quote: Herkulesich
      And will permission to bring down a couple more of our military aircraft be given to turchin? Somehow, the authorities quickly forgot about the shot down "drying"!

      How did you decide what they forgot? Herculesych, geopolitics and cooking borscht are two different things.
      I understand that you are a professional, at least graduated from MGIMO and Uncle Vova, in comparison with you, a miserable amateur. But you are not the president yet. So buy yourself a goose and teach him brains laughing
  4. annodomene
    annodomene April 3 2018 07: 39
    +11
    As for the Turks, I also do not feel warm feelings, but ... Look on the other hand - the construction of a nuclear power plant in Russia is, at a minimum, the manufacture of equipment at Russian enterprises, the creation of new jobs, the appearance of orders and, accordingly, payments to all employees involved in this event. Moreover, 51% of the shares belong to the Russian Federation. It would be very good if the construction was 100% funded by Turkey. But a decision has already been made, the reasons for which we, alas, cannot understand ...
    PS I myself work in this industry and I know that now it’s a basement - mom don’t grieve.
    1. karish
      karish April 3 2018 07: 56
      0
      Quote: annodomene
      Moreover, 51% of the shares belong to the Russian Federation

      when they want they will nationalize her
      Quote: annodomene
      It would be very good if the construction was 100% funded by Turkey

      Well, yes - that case.
      Construction at the expense of Turkey - does 51% belong to Russia?
      What is it like ?
      1. annodomene
        annodomene April 3 2018 08: 03
        +2
        Dear Alexander!
        We are not talking about nationalization. The method and calculation scheme is quite complicated. By analogy with Bushehr, most likely, operation from 2 years after construction will be carried out by specialists from the Russian Federation, followed by transfer to Turkey (which has no experience in operating nuclear power plants).
        Regarding the construction of 100% at the expense of Turkey, I said "it would be ...". Especially for you, I explain that history does not accept the subjunctive mood. And then 51% would not belong to Russia.
        1. karish
          karish April 3 2018 08: 07
          +3
          Quote: annodomene
          We are not talking about nationalization.

          I say that Turkey under Erdogan is a little-predicted state, so if something happens, they will not rust for their nationalization (so as not to pay)
          Quote: annodomene
          By analogy with Bushehr, most likely, operation from 2 years after construction will be carried out by specialists from the Russian Federation, followed by transfer to Turkey (which has no experience in operating nuclear power plants).

          What is 2 years?
          Yes, and specialists are not a problem, find enough reactors configured both in Europe and in Ukraine
          Quote: annodomene
          about the construction of 100% at the expense of Turkey, I said "it would be ...". Especially for you, I explain that history does not accept the subjunctive mood

          so what to mention?
          It would be nice if I were a billionaire good
          1. annodomene
            annodomene April 3 2018 08: 23
            +1
            A lot of reactors are configured, this is a fact. But I personally can only trust managers from Ukraine (yes), the truth is still old preparation. The fact is that our Russian standards for the construction and maintenance of nuclear weapons and nuclear weapons are about 2 (two) orders of magnitude tougher than the IAEA. Take, for example, TER and the principle of self-regulation. Two years is the minimum period for which a specialist can be “enriched” with knowledge and solid practical skills in the operation of a nuclear power plant.
            Also, I had to communicate with specialists of the new generation with an independent one. A sad sight. In a word, I personally prefer to go around the Zaporizhzhya NPP at a safe distance with a radius of 30 km at least.
          2. Stas157
            Stas157 April 3 2018 09: 52
            +2
            Quote: karish
            I say that Turkey under Erdogan is a little-predicted state, so if something happens, they will not rust for their nationalization (so as not to pay)

            You can negotiate with Erdogan only if you are strong. With the weak, he violates any agreements and international standards. Look what he is doing in Iraq and Syria, how he is humiliatingly talking to the heads of these states. Therefore, it is worth changing the situation, and Russia weaken, so Erdogan immediately hit in the back.
            He is already manipulating, permits for the Turkish Stream, the conflict in Nagorno-Karabakh ... With the construction of Akku, he will have more trump cards.
            1. karish
              karish April 3 2018 09: 56
              +1
              Quote: Stas157
              You can negotiate with Erdogan only if you are strong. With the weak, he violates any agreements and international standards

              the problem is one - Erdogan himself determines his strength and someone else's weakness
              Quote: Stas157
              Look what he is doing in Iraq and Syria, how he is humiliatingly talking to the heads of these states.

              so ordinary turkish gopota
              Quote: Stas157
              Therefore, it is worth changing the situation, and Russia weaken, so Erdogan immediately hit in the back.

              no doubt about it
      2. Grandfather
        Grandfather April 3 2018 08: 08
        0
        Quote: karish
        Construction at the expense of Turkey - does 51% belong to Russia?
        What is it like ?

        elementary Watson: 51 percent of the kilowatts generated will be sent to Russia by "energy carriers" in the form of batteries. fellow
        1. karish
          karish April 3 2018 08: 12
          0
          Quote: Dead Day
          Quote: karish
          Construction at the expense of Turkey - does 51% belong to Russia?
          What is it like ?

          elementary Watson: 51 percent of the kilowatts generated will be sent to Russia by "energy carriers" in the form of batteries. fellow

          Gut - Waldemar, Gut good
      3. Astoria
        Astoria April 3 2018 08: 12
        +1
        when they want they will nationalize her
        - What for? However - it is foolish to ask this question to people with an avatar of 404.
        1. karish
          karish April 3 2018 08: 37
          0
          Quote: Astoria
          when they want they will nationalize her
          - What for? However - it is foolish to ask this question to people with an avatar of 404.

          404 laughing
          you have not beguiled the esteemed coast?
          1. Astoria
            Astoria April 3 2018 09: 14
            0
            Karish, the rogues are visible a mile away.
            1. karish
              karish April 3 2018 09: 57
              0
              Quote: Astoria
              Karish, the rogues are visible a mile away.

              and what is rogue?
              1. Mordvin 3
                Mordvin 3 April 3 2018 10: 20
                +1
                Can you buy fat in Kiev? wink
            2. kirgiz58
              kirgiz58 April 3 2018 16: 00
              0
              Quote: Astoria
              Karish, the rogues are visible a mile away.

              You are a bit mistaken. It is rather a hexagon on a blue background, disguised as yellow-blue. smile
    2. Muvka
      Muvka April 3 2018 08: 00
      +1
      In fact, 100% belongs to Russia. 51% will be after the sale of shares. Those. money will be.
      1. karish
        karish April 3 2018 08: 02
        0
        Quote: Muvka
        In fact, 100% belongs to Russia. 51% will be after the sale of shares. Those. money will be.

        maybe yes maybe no
        It’s more correct to talk about money in the present tense - than in the future.
    3. garnik
      garnik April 3 2018 08: 02
      0
      In total, we will have an enemy with the ambitions of taking possession of atomic weapons.
      According to Soloviev: Half of the capacities, Turkey takes over, and the other half, Russia is looking for buyers. For the import of equipment, the Turks charge a fee. Why not build nuclear power plants in Serbia, Armenia and other friendly states on the same conditions.
      1. Astoria
        Astoria April 3 2018 08: 10
        +1
        And in the countries you have listed - is there a shortage of electricity? In Turkey there is.
        1. garnik
          garnik April 3 2018 09: 52
          0
          I think in Europe, after the decision of Germany to close its nuclear power plants, and in the near future the transition of vehicles to electricity will be in short supply.
          The question is, where, then, will Russia find a consumer for the remaining half of the capacities if, in your opinion, Europe does not need electricity?
          1. Loess
            Loess April 3 2018 10: 47
            0
            It is cheaper to supply electricity to Europe through Belarus and from Kaliningrad. From Turkey, if to be delivered, then to Asia. And by the way, does one NPP create excess capacity for Turkey? It is logical that Turkey itself will consume all the generated electricity.
      2. Piramidon
        Piramidon April 3 2018 08: 12
        0
        Quote: garnik
        Why not build nuclear power plants in Serbia, Armenia and other friendly states on the same conditions.

        Have they received requests for this?
        1. garnik
          garnik April 3 2018 10: 02
          0
          In Armenia, the operability of a local NPP has already been extended several times, and its resource has long expired. And it stands there one of the first reactors (ancient). Talks are held, everything rests on the lack of finance from Armenia, but for some reason they have it for the Turks. Iran supplies gas to Armenia in order to receive in exchange the electricity generated at local thermal power plants.
          Some kind of force is pushing Russia into the arms of Turkey, and most importantly everyone knows how it will end.
          1. Piramidon
            Piramidon April 3 2018 10: 58
            0
            Quote: garnik
            Some force pushes Russia into the arms of Turkey

            Rather, it is not a "hug", the desire to bring confusion to NATO from the same series as the sale of the S-400 to the Ottomans.
            1. garnik
              garnik April 3 2018 11: 19
              0
              No turmoil is foreseen. Do you think the Turks will break all sorts of relations with the United States and will be friends with Russia? No. One condition in which scenario is it possible when Russia abandons the Turkic-populated territories of Russia. And there will be 200 million, as Nazarbayev says.
              Russia, apart from raw materials and weapons, unfortunately can’t offer anything. For this reason, the countries of the former socialist camp have also gone over to the West.
          2. Winnie76
            Winnie76 April 3 2018 12: 45
            0
            Quote: garnik
            In Armenia, the operability of a local nuclear power plant has long been extended several times, and its resource has long expired. And it stands there one of the first reactors (ancient).

            To the ancient people - ancient reactors laughing
            Quote: garnik
            Talks are ongoing, everything rests on the lack of finances in Armenia, but for some reason they are for the Turks.

            I think Turkey is geopolitically an order of magnitude more important. Turkey is the key to the Black Sea. And pulling Turkey out of NATO is worth a lot. Well, the value of Armenia as an ally is close to 0, a counterweight to Azerbaijan.
          3. Yeraz
            Yeraz April 3 2018 14: 39
            0
            Quote: garnik
            Talks are underway, everything rests on the lack of finances in Armenia, but for some reason they are for the Turks

            Of course there is, because half of these funds will be raised thanks to Turkish contractors who were allowed to build the nuclear power plant. They will raise money in part, otherwise investors would not give money purely from Russia.
            Turkey has a shortage of energy and Turkey is growing in all aspects, population and economy. the buyer is already there.
            And what does Armenia represent ??? Well, yes, your historical homeland and ??? To build a nuclear power plant completely for your money and to calculate that Iran will buy energy (Armenia, as a consumer, is nothing, the population is only declining in the country) is ridiculous .
            Iran itself is steadily increasing the pace of commissioning new electric capacities.
            With Georgia, barter, in one period they drive energy, in another Armenia to them. Well, yes, there are plans to increase this by 20%, but given the level of consumption of Georgia, this is nothing.
            And all this provides 2 thermal power plants and 1 ancient power unit of nuclear power plants and like 81 hydroelectric power stations.
            And in Turkey, as many as 4 Blocs are planned, not to mention plans for another nuclear power plant with Sinop's participation in France and Japan.
            Can you imagine the level of consumption in Turkey and why it was decided to build it there, and not in Armenia ???
    4. Stirbjorn
      Stirbjorn April 3 2018 11: 12
      0
      Quote: annodomene
      Look on the other hand - the construction of nuclear power plants in Russia is, at a minimum, the manufacture of equipment at Russian enterprises, the creation of new jobs, the appearance of orders and, accordingly, payments to all employees participating in this event.

      Most of the builders will be local, Turkish. And the building materials of the station itself are also local, but ours will pay them! It’s easier to build a nuclear power plant at home, for your money - and let others pay themselves
  5. Heterocapsa
    Heterocapsa April 3 2018 07: 39
    +2
    Such projects always cause concern because Turkey every day changes its geopolitical vector like weather in the sea.
  6. aszzz888
    aszzz888 April 3 2018 07: 44
    +3
    Our slippery relations, which the Turks can betray at any moment.
  7. Piramidon
    Piramidon April 3 2018 08: 18
    +1
    Erdogan will retire tomorrow, and we can get another Belene, which was built just like that, and then the Bulgarians abandoned it.
    1. lwxx
      lwxx April 3 2018 08: 32
      0
      Regrettably, the Turks are a more independent nation, in contrast to the "brothers." Turks will not exchange their profit for the European Union.
  8. vladimirvn
    vladimirvn April 3 2018 08: 20
    +1
    Yes, it's risky. And you will find offers in this market, where without risk, without competitors, everything is reliable and profitable. I hope that the risks are calculated.
  9. annodomene
    annodomene April 3 2018 08: 25
    +3
    Quote: Piramidon
    Quote: garnik
    Why not build nuclear power plants in Serbia, Armenia and other friendly states on the same conditions.

    Have they received requests for this?

    In-in, here, as in the USSR, everything is done at the request of the working people. IMHO, why impose on someone the construction of a nuclear power plant? they want - they themselves will turn. Moreover, with LITE operation this is the safest and most environmentally friendly way to get energy.
  10. annodomene
    annodomene April 3 2018 08: 27
    +1
    Quote: garnik
    In total, we will have an enemy with the ambitions of taking possession of atomic weapons.
    According to Soloviev: Half of the capacities, Turkey takes over, and the other half, Russia is looking for buyers. For the import of equipment, the Turks charge a fee. Why not build nuclear power plants in Serbia, Armenia and other friendly states on the same conditions.

    The presence of nuclear power plants and the possession of nuclear weapons are somewhat different things. Not everyone can afford nuclear weapons technology. In this connection, I have big doubts about China, for example.
  11. 72jora72
    72jora72 April 3 2018 08: 35
    +2
    Quote: karish
    It’s more correct to talk about money in the present tense - than in the future.
    You show your monstrous denseness time after time .......... but the bottom has not yet been broken, and you will please us more than once with your messages wink
    1. karish
      karish April 3 2018 08: 41
      0
      Quote: 72jora72
      ... but the bottom has not yet been broken, and you will please us more than once with your messages

      you would have our bottom. laughing
      the rest of Israeli per capita GDP in 2016 brought Israel close to the three leading countries of Europe - Germany, Britain and France.

      According to a recent report published by the British Economist, Israel bypassed France ($ 38 127) and Britain with $ 38 032 and Britain, whose per capita GDP was $ 37 317.

      how many in russia?
      find yourself?
      1. Astoria
        Astoria April 3 2018 09: 16
        0
        how many in russia?
        find yourself?
        - And you have something to do with this GDP, probably they built the promised state on bricks, I love Selyuk laughing
        1. karish
          karish April 3 2018 09: 20
          +1
          Quote: Astoria
          how many in russia?
          find yourself?
          - And you then what relation to this GDP have, probably the promised state was built on bricks, laughing

          26 years already


          Quote: Astoria
          I love Selyuk

          village, people sometimes go on vacation - to other countries.
          Although this is apparently not known to you.
      2. Loess
        Loess April 3 2018 11: 04
        0
        Quote: karish
        According to a recent report published by the British Economist, Israel bypassed France ($ 38 127) and Britain with $ 38 032 and Britain, whose per capita GDP was $ 37 317.

        Foreign debt per capita of Israel $ 12500, Britain 119000, France 32000, Russia 3500. If we use simple mathematics and subtract per capita debt from GDP, we get comparable figures between Russia and Israel, France will be far behind, and the British will generally be in the red ... Calculation is, of course, exaggerated, but the well-being of the Western system is based on a life of debt. ..
      3. Winnie76
        Winnie76 April 3 2018 12: 53
        0
        Quote: karish
        According to a recent report published by the British Economist, Israel bypassed France ($ 38 127) and Britain with $ 38 032 and Britain, whose per capita GDP was $ 37 317.

        Israel, it's just some rogues. Liechtenstein 2014 - $ 179000. Luxembourg 2016 - $ 102000. This is what I understand superpowers.
  12. sib.ataman
    sib.ataman April 3 2018 08: 43
    0
    No one tried to knit? I also! I'm afraid that I’ll fall asleep on the first row of loops. So with the Turks, their eyes are afraid, but they do their hands! And nowhere to go!
  13. tagil
    tagil April 3 2018 08: 54
    +1
    In my opinion, you forget that the AU works on our rods, while they are there it works, there isn’t everything like in Ukraine and the American rods to help them. So nationalization is possible, but the station does not have fuel. After all, the Turks are not dumber than the Ukrainians, they understand that we have our money for any withdrawal.
    1. karish
      karish April 3 2018 08: 59
      0
      Quote: Tagil
      In my opinion, you forget that the speakers work on our rods,

      Westingoise manufactures analogues
      Quote: Tagil
      not everything is like in Ukraine and the American rods to help them

      Well, actually 3 years (or 4) how they work, as far as I was aware of accidents
      Quote: Tagil
      So nationalization is possible, but the station does not have fuel.

      I think nationalization is more difficult than switching to the same American fuel.
      And from the technical point of view - both options are not a problem
      Quote: Tagil
      After all, the Turks are not stupid Ukrainians, they understand that we are our money for any amount

      they themselves understood what they said?
      Do you need to bring statistics to prove or are you modestly silent for yourself?
      1. tagil
        tagil April 3 2018 09: 05
        +1
        So you want to say that we will build this power plant at a loss for the beautiful Turkish eyes? in my opinion those days are gone, I hope forever.
        1. karish
          karish April 3 2018 09: 58
          0
          Quote: Tagil
          Oh, you want to say that we will build this power plant at a loss for the beautiful Turkish eyes?

          time will tell
          Quote: Tagil
          in my opinion those days are gone, I hope forever.

          on the basis of what do you have such confidence and since when did it come?
  14. 72jora72
    72jora72 April 3 2018 09: 11
    0
    Quote: karish
    Quote: 72jora72
    ... but the bottom has not yet been broken, and you will please us more than once with your messages

    you would have our bottom. laughing
    the rest of Israeli per capita GDP in 2016 brought Israel close to the three leading countries of Europe - Germany, Britain and France.

    According to a recent report published by the British Economist, Israel bypassed France ($ 38 127) and Britain with $ 38 032 and Britain, whose per capita GDP was $ 37 317.

    how many in russia?
    find yourself?
    Stunned, you still can’t understand the meaning of what you read belay , I sincerely sympathize with you, our disease.
    1. karish
      karish April 3 2018 09: 59
      0
      Quote: 72jora72
      I sincerely sympathize with you, our disease.

      Absolutely healthy, which I do not wish you laughing
  15. sergo1914
    sergo1914 April 3 2018 09: 16
    0
    Reading Turkish and Chinese names, sometimes you catch yourself thinking that in certain life situations you speak Turkish or Chinese.
  16. annodomene
    annodomene April 3 2018 12: 08
    0
    Quote: Stirbjorn
    Quote: annodomene
    Look on the other hand - the construction of nuclear power plants in Russia is, at a minimum, the manufacture of equipment at Russian enterprises, the creation of new jobs, the appearance of orders and, accordingly, payments to all employees participating in this event.

    Most of the builders will be local, Turkish. And the building materials of the station itself are also local, but ours will pay them! It’s easier to build a nuclear power plant at home, for your money - and let others pay themselves

    So they tried already - to build the Baltic NPP. I didn’t need it. The corps left the second block in Belarus.
  17. annodomene
    annodomene April 3 2018 12: 19
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    Quote: karish
    Quote: Tagil
    In my opinion, you forget that the speakers work on our rods,

    Westingoise manufactures analogues
    Quote: Tagil
    not everything is like in Ukraine and the American rods to help them

    Well, actually 3 years (or 4) how they work, as far as I was aware of accidents
    Quote: Tagil
    So nationalization is possible, but the station does not have fuel.

    I think nationalization is more difficult than switching to the same American fuel.
    And from the technical point of view - both options are not a problem
    Quote: Tagil
    After all, the Turks are not stupid Ukrainians, they understand that we are our money for any amount

    they themselves understood what they said?
    Do you need to bring statistics to prove or are you modestly silent for yourself?

    1. That's exactly what the analogues are. Although so far there are only two ways to obtain nuclear energy - this is fission or synthesis. Your (judging by the flag) brothers - the banner in their hands, do not want the Russian assembly, let them put the staff. SCARD from this will not change.
    2. What works is good. Let's hope that everything will be all right in the future.
    3. You can translate anything and anywhere. Actually, there are more complicated devices at nuclear power plants than nuclear weapons. Turbogenerators are an example of this.
    T.ch. my resume is one - everywhere Professionals who understand the full impact of change.