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Singh to visit US Sept 25

by Staff Writers
Washington (AFP) Sept 11, 2008
US President George W. Bush will welcome Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Septembre 25 for talks on bilateral relations including a nuclear cooperation deal, the White House said Thursday.

Singh's visit will "strengthen the strategic partnership and build upon our progress in other areas of cooperation, such as agriculture, education, trade, and defense," Bush spokeswoman Dana Perino said in a statement.

Perino's comments came a day after the White House submitted the civilian nuclear cooperation pact to the US Senate for ratification.

"The president looks forward to working with Congress to ensure passage on the agreement this year," the spokeswoman said.

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Russia To Build Baltic Nuclear Power Plant
Moscow (RIA Novosti) Sep 11, 2008
Sergei Kiriyenko, head of the Federal Agency for Nuclear Power (Rosatom), has signed the order on the construction of a nuclear power plant in the Kaliningrad Region, Russia's exclave on the Baltic Sea. Preliminary work for the project is to start in 2009.







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