“Akkuyu, Sinopi and a third in a different center are under construction by our friends,” said the Turkish president
Turkey’s cooperation with Russia is expanding more and more, with Recep Tayyip Erdogan to announce that there is an agreement with Vladimir Putin for the construction of three more nuclear plants, after Sinop, as reported by SKAI’s correspondent in Istanbul, Manolis Kostidis.
The news was revealed by the Turkish president in his interview yesterday A Habercharacteristically saying:
“I spoke with Mr. Putin about the Sinop nuclear power plant. Of course, we will open one unit in early 2024 or at the end of 2023. Apart from that, there are three more units. We will open these three units one after the other at specific time intervals. But we will build a new quad unit in Sinop. Akkuyu, Sinopi and a third in a different center are under construction by our friends. We will do this in addition. Because we will provide 10 percent power supply from each of them. Both Akkuyu will provide 4,800 megawatts of power, and Sinopi will also generate 4,800 megawatts from there.”
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