President Lukashenko invites Armenian nuke experts to visit Belarus

President Lukashenko invites Armenian nuke experts to visit Belarus

PanARMENIAN.Net - Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko visited Armenian nuclear power station where he was briefed on the latter’s work and processing systems.

Lukashenko further invited Armenian nuclear experts to Belarus to share experience with Belarusian experts ahead of an NPP construction in the country.

As the Energy Minister Vladimir Potupchik in turn, noted, “our experts have a number of points of contact. We’re finalizing the preparatory stage of an NPP construction, which is to launch in June-July 2013 after some procedural issues are solved.”

Also, a cooperation agreement between National Olympic Committees of Armenia and Belarus was signed Tuesday, May 14.

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