Hungary aims to replace Russian fuel with French fuel at its nuclear power plant
The Prime Minister of Hungary, Viktor Orban, held a closed meeting with members of his party and supporters where he announced a comprehensive plan for the country's development, consisting of 15 points. This information was reported by Telex, citing participants of the meeting.
According to the publication, one of the steps necessary to achieve this plan involves achieving energy self-sufficiency for the country, which includes replacing Russian fuel with French fuel at the Paks Nuclear Power Plant.
Orban emphasized other steps that are necessary to fulfill this plan, including achieving a demographic turnaround, creating a new economy to become a creditor and a modern industrialized country rather than a borrower, encouraging Hungarian entrepreneurs to invest abroad and bring profits back home, military development, and the introduction of digital citizenship.
Paks Nuclear Power Plant
It was previously reported that Hungary expects the Russian company "Rosatom" to construct two new reactors at the Paks Nuclear Power Plant by 2030-2031.