Mr Nedashkovsky said he is “convinced” construction of the first phase facility will be completed in 2020 as the latest schedule foresees.
The facility will be of a surface dry-storage type and keep spent fuel for a period of 100 years. It is located in the Chernobyl exclusion zone and being built by US-based Holtec following a tender in 2005.
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