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6th International Nuclear Energy Forum ATOMEXPO-2014 held in Moscow

Jun 12, 2014 15:15 IST

6th International Nuclear Energy Forum ATOMEXPO-2014 was held from 9 to 11 June 2014 in Moscow. The ATOMEXPO-2014 forum saw signing of international agreements and memorandums by the nuclear sector companies. 3544 delegates from 600 organisations, including 283 foreign companies’ representatives participated in the Forum.  

Apart from this, in the framework of the forum, the heads of Russian and international nuclear industry companies also discussed conditions for further nuclear industry development and nuclear energy competitiveness.


42 foreign states represented at the forum and some of them were Argentina, Vietnam, India, Malaysia, Turkey, Finland, Republic of South Africa and others.

About ATOMEXPO
ATOMEXPO International Forum is a major exhibition and business platform for conducting meetings and negotiations between the worldwide leaders of the nuclear power industry. Purpose of the Forum is to provide an opportunity to leaders of nuclear power industry and nuclear power engineering to publicly define the place and role of nuclear generation in the 21st century.

The first ATOMEXPO was held in 2009 and is an initiative of Russia’s State Nuclear Energy Corporation Rosatom.

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