Russian State Corporation Rosatom has announced it will be building 16 nuclear power units in Saudi Arabia.
The $100 billion deal comes a year after Russia and Saudi Arabia signed an agreement to work together on “peaceful” nuclear energy projects.
“There are prospects for cooperation in the field of nuclear energy. The intergovernmental agreement on cooperation between Rosatom and Science City of King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia,” said Yury Ushakov, aide to the President of the Russian Federation.
Rosatom currently holds projects for the construction of 30 nuclear power plants, in countries including: India, China, Turkey, Vietnam, Finland and Hungary.
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