Russia says Iran reactor will open in August

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April 15, 2010 06:59

 
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According to the head of Russia's state nuclear corporation, a reactor built by Russia at Iran's Bushehr nuclear power plant is scheduled to open in August, Reuters reported.

"The launch is scheduled for August. We're on schedule," Sergei Kiriyenko told reporters in Argentina during a visit on Wednesday. "Bushehr doesn't threaten the regime of nonproliferation in any way. No one has any concerns about Bushehr."

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