Czech nuclear power plant Temelín should not be threatened by a possible interruption of nuclear fuel supplies from Russia due to the on-going conflict in Ukraine, says ČEZ Chief Executive Daniel Beneš. Mr Beneš, who visited the plant on Thursday along with Deputy Prime Minister Pavel Bělobrádek, says the plant’s fuel reserves should last for a year. The deputy Prime Minister has been holding talks with the plant’s operator ČEZ about deepening science and research links with the energy sector.
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