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The training of Iranian nuclear engineers for operating the Bushehr nuclear power plant in Iran has entered a final stage
The training of Iranian nuclear engineers for operating the Bushehr nuclear power plant in Iran has entered a final stage, the head of the Novovoronezh training center of the Rosenergoatom Federal Agency for Atomic Energy told Itar-Tass on Monday. "Another group of Iranian specialists were given excellent grades at the examination after studies, and went home where they will work at the nuclear plant which is being built in Bushehr with Russian assistance," Alexander Ivchenko said. The remaining four specialists from Iran are expected to receive certificates before the end of this year, Ivchenko said noting that in all, the center had trained some 700 Iranians. They took theory and practiced with the simulator which allows for emulating the process of running the nuclear reactor. Iranian repair engineers and specialists in various branches then had practice at the fourth reactor of the Balakovskaya nuclear power plant. Russian specialists will guide them through training at the Bushehr reactor which slightly differs from Russian analogs. The Novovoronezhsk training center is a large educational establishment of Rosneergoatom where Russian and foreign specialists are trained or take refresher courses for operating VVER-1000 reactors.
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