With the help of Russia, India will become a “powerhouse of nuclear energy”, 6 new plants will be built – India TV Hindi

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Moscow: With the help of Russia, India is going to become a “powerhouse of nuclear energy”. Moscow has agreed to build 6 new plants in India. This agreement is being made between Russia and India during the 2-day Moscow visit of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Russia’s state-run nuclear energy company Rosatom has said that it will help in the construction of these new plants in India. According to the company, a framework will soon be prepared in both the countries. With the establishment of these new nuclear plants, India will achieve self-sufficiency in the field of energy to a large extent.

During his visit, PM Modi saw the VVER-1000 reactor of Nuclear Symphony in Russia. A similar reactor has been installed in Kudankulam nuclear power plant in India. Now with the construction of 6 new plants in India, dependence on others for energy needs will decrease. In the coming time, India’s energy needs are expected to increase manifold. In such a situation, this gift from Russia is being considered very big for India. This visit of PM Modi has also led to an agreement with Moscow to set up a joint venture for the components of Russian weapons.

A joint venture will also be set up for military components

Russia on Tuesday agreed to set up joint production units in India to address New Delhi’s concerns over delays in supply of spare parts for Russian military equipment. Prime Minister Narendra Modi raised the issue of delays in supply of spare parts with Russian President Vladimir Putin during the summit, Foreign Secretary Vinay Kwatra said. The two leaders discussed various aspects of India-Russia defence relations at the 22nd India-Russia Annual Summit here.

Addressing a press conference after the talks between Modi and Putin, Kwatra said, “There was a consensus on both sides that this would be accelerated, including by setting up joint ventures in India, to meaningfully address the challenge of delays in supply of essential components.” There have been inordinate delays from Russia in the supply of components for various Russian military equipment to the Indian armed forces, raising concerns in New Delhi. Kwatra said Modi and Putin held extensive discussions on co-production of military equipment. Russia has been a major supplier of military equipment and components to India for the last seven decades.

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