Russian nuclear power plant might cost Turkey more than planned
The project cost of an NPP in Turkey comissioned to Russia might cost much more than planned,Russian Ambassador to Ankara Vladimir Ivanovskiy said, Interfax reports.
"The first and main project is the construction of a nuclear power plant. Inititally its cost was estimated at $ 20 billion, but I think it will be much more - about $ 25 billion," - he told Russian journalists in Moscow on Monday.
Ivanoskiy said, the expansion of the transport infrastructure in Turkey is also among the priorities of Russia. The Ambassador noted that economic relations between Russia and Turkey have already reached the pre-crisis level and in a few years will be able to reach the mark of $ 100 billion a year.