Russia was the major supplier of nuclear fuel to Ukraine.
20:15, 20 February 2020
Such diversification means it is fully complying with the recommendations of the International Atomic Energy Agency to have at least two suppliers of nuclear fuel.
17:40, 25 August 2019
Russia accounts for over 70% of fuel assemblies bought by Ukraine for its nuclear power plants in 2018The share of Sweden was 28.4%.
22:57, 21 February 2019
Energoatom dismisses as "unfounded" media claims regarding "closed-doors" discussions of the TVEL deal and the "lack of information" regarding its conclusion.
19:50, 21 December 2018
The deal was extended to 2025.
22:00, 20 December 2018
The largest share came from Russia (56%), while Sweden supplied another 44%.
16:40, 22 March 2018
<p>The State Property Fund of Ukraine on August 30 sold a state-owned 33.3% stake in charter capital of PrJSC Joint Ukrainian-Kazakh-Russian enterprise for the production of nuclear fuel, according to an online broadcast of the auction.</p>
16:55, 30 August 2017
<p>Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko insists that the share of nuclear fuel Ukraine buys from Russia for its nuclear power plants should shrink to 45% of total consumption in 2017, according to an UNIAN correspondent.</p>
22:58, 08 June 2017