Salehi: After 3 more tests, Bushehr plant will be operational

Salehi After 3 more tes

December 19, 2009 13:26


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Iranian Vice President and nuclear chief Ali Akbar Salehi says that the Russian-built nuclear power plant in Bushehr is almost operational, reported the Fars news agency on Saturday. According to the report, Salehi stated that the facility would have to undergo only three more rounds of testing before becoming fully active. "We have drawn up a timetable for the operation of the Bushehr plant with Russia and fortunately we are ahead of this timeframe," Salehi was quoted as saying.

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