Iraq begins practically dismantling & filter "bigger" nuclear site early next year
Iraq begins practically dismantling and filter the "bigger" nuclear site early next year
01/08/2012 01: 06
Baghdad/features & status of the Iraqi media network- Ministry of science and technology revealed that it had begun negotiations with global corporations and global atomic bodies also to begin the process of dismantling and filter reactor project July 14, the largest in Iraq, indicating that the next three months, these companies will be invited to submit bids with work will start early next year.
He said under-Secretary for Fouad Al-Mussawi, research and development (features & status of the Iraqi media network) that his Ministry "will begin practice next year with stages of dismantling and filter site July 14 and is the largest nuclear site that requires global expertise to help disassemble and filter".
He added al-Musawi, who is President of the National Atomic Energy Commission the Minister of science and technology guidance is to contract with international companies in this field, and was approaching five to six companies in addition to the global atomic bodies on this subject will be presented during the next three months to bid".
The Ministry completed the technical side and finished most of the discussions with the corporate world but currently don't want disclosure of identities of these companies ".
The National Atomic Energy Commission of Iraq earlier sent a memorandum of understanding to particular regard edges Russian nuclear highlights include points provide Iraq with information and maps of the 14th of July reactor or the so-called Russian reactor.
Iraqi authorities for more than five years dismantling and filter for the devastating nuclear sites across the country, most notably the Al-Tuwaitha site in Baghdad a number of nuclear reactors.
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