Mongolian Government Makes a Decision on Cooperation with Russia in Peaceful Use of Nuclear Power
This decision was announced today to the journalists by the Mongolian Prime Minister Sanjaagiin Bayar who was visiting the Transbaikalia together with the General Director of the State Corporation Rosatom Serguei Kirienko.
"Russia and Mongolia will jointly mine uranium in a number of uranium deposits in Mongolia," – said S. Bayar. "How and when this will begin is not important," – he said and noted: "The most important thing is that we resume such cooperation which stopped in the 1990s for a number of reasons." According to the Prime-Minister, "there is a number of historic, economic and geopolitical factors that drive us to cooperation with each other to receive mutual benefits."
S. Bayar also noted that "Russian-Mongolian cooperation in the peaceful nuclear energy may not successfully develop so far, as the uranium laws have not yet been passed in Mongolia." "To successfully develop our joint potential, we need to have a clear state policy governing this area, since we not only plan to mine uranium, but also build small capacity nuclear power stations in Mongolia, and Russia has unique, the world’s best technologies in this area," noted S.Bayar.
S.Bayar said that "in September the Mongolian parliament will start its work, and it will most probably consider the uranium legislation." According to the Prime Minister, "the operation of the mine of Priargunskoye Production Mining Chemical Association very much impressed him." "We will learn and apply these methods at our mines," – he added.
In his turn, S.Kirienko thanked S.Bayar for the opportunity to visit a number of deposits in northern Mongolia and expressed hope that in the future cooperation between Russia and Mongolia in peaceful nuclear energy will develop.
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