Rosatom May Use Alternative Routes to Supply Nuclear Fuel to Bulgaria

Rosatom May Use Alternative Routes to Supply Nuclear Fuel to Bulgaria

Russian state-owned nuclear giant Rosatom said on Thursday it plans to use alternative transport routes if needed to deliver nuclear fuel to Bulgaria on schedule.

Despite the ban on movement of trains with nuclear fuel products in Ukraine that was imposed on January 28, Rosatom’s nuclear fuel unit, TVEL, will continue to supply customers in foreign countries with nuclear fuel as scheduled, Rosatom said in a press release, quoting TVEL’s president.

Rosatom considers using air routes to deliver its products on time.

On Wednesday, Bulgarian prime minister Plamen Oresharski was quoted as saying in a press release that Bulgaria is increasing the supply of the country’s underground gas storage facility Chiren to hold enough gas to support the country for up to six weeks in case gas supplies from foreign countries are halted.

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