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Ukraine, Russia and Bulgaria on Thursday signed an intergovernmental agreement on transit of nuclear materials
Ukraine, Russia and Bulgaria on Thursday signed an intergovernmental agreement on transit of nuclear materials. The countries agreed to cooperate on transportation of fresh and spent nuclear fuel and other materials used in the nuclear fuel cycle from Russia to Bulgaria and back via Ukraine. Yelena Mykolaichuk, the head of Ukraine's state nuclear regulation committee, said, "We guarantee full security of nuclear material transportation via Ukraine." The agreement will be valid for 10 years, during which fuel will be transported using the route in use since 2001 from Bulgaria by sea to the Ukrainian port of Izmail, then on by railroad to the village of Mikhailovsky near the border with Russia.
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