The documents were signed in the presence of President Zelensky.
22:58, 30 September 2020
Most of the supplies came from Russia.
21:45, 23 December 2019
Russia was the major supplier of nuclear fuel to Ukraine.
20:40, 22 November 2019
Over the past three years, Ukraine has become completely independent from Russia in this regard.
20:30, 21 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 share of supplies from Sweden was 32.15%.
14:00, 31 October 2018
The envoy spoke about future projects the American companies could join.
23:50, 27 August 2018
A Turboatom-made turbine is to be installed at two power units, as well as a generator made by Electrotyazhmash (both Kharkiv-based enterprises).
19:10, 26 July 2018
Poroshenko says during his recent meetings with U.S. President Donald Trump, he agreed the issue of nuclear fuel supplies.
11:40, 25 July 2018
Westinghouse currently supplies fuel to six of Ukraine's 15 nuclear power reactors.
19:10, 20 July 2018
The largest share came from Russia (56%), while Sweden supplied another 44%.
16:40, 22 March 2018
Ukraine paid $368.9 million to Russia for nuclear fuel purchased.
11:40, 22 February 2018
<p>The manufacturing and assembly of the nuclear fuel will be performed by the Westinghouse fuel fabrication facility in Vasteras, Sweden, where parts of the production lines are solely dedicated to VVER-1000 fuel.</p>
12:19, 29 January 2018
Ihor Nasalyk, Ukraine’s Minister of Energy and Coal took the step of saying his country can survive without nuclear fuel imports from Russia, and can easily replace the supply for its Soviet-built reactors by buying fuel from other countries, the Bellona Foundation wrote in a report.
10:00, 10 January 2018
<p>The National Nuclear Energy Generating Company Energoatom together with PJSC Turboatom and Westinghouse Electric Sweden AB embark on a five-year project aimed to increase the efficiency and production capacity of operating power units at Ukrainian nuclear power plants. </p>
16:20, 02 October 2017
<p>Westinghouse Electric Company today announced that it has signed a contract with Ukraine’s State Enterprise National Nuclear Energy Generation Company Energoatom to deliver important monitoring instrumentation systems to four units at the Zaporizhia power plant, Business Wire wrote.</p>
14:25, 18 September 2017
<p>The State Nuclear Regulatory Inspectorate of Ukraine (SNRIU) has approved the possibility of using nuclear fuel produced by the American-Japanese company Westinghouse at power units 1 and 4 of Zaporizhia NPP, according to the SNRIU press service.</p>
16:05, 10 July 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