Sudan: Minister of Electricity to Visit Russia

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Africa's only nuclear power station so far, in South Africa. Egypt is on track to go nuclear next, and Nigeria is among a number of other African nations which have signed agreements with Russia.

Khartoum, 12 - Mar, (SUNA) - The Minister of Water Resources and Electricity, Mutaz Musa, will visit Russia heading technical delegation, including Undersecretary of the Ministry , Engineer, Musa Omer, the general administration of Nuclear Power at Ministry, Engineer, Ahmed Al-Mustafa.

The delegation will meet the leaders of Rosatom State Nuclear Energy Corporation.

The spokesperson of the Ministry, Engineer, Mohamed Abdul-Rahim, said that they will sign memorandum of understanding with Russia for cooperation on public consultation of nuclear energy projects and roadmap for implementing the plan for development of the nuclear plant.

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