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Albania Approves Atomic Energy Agency

Friday, January 22, 2010

Albania's government approved on Wednesday the creation of the country´s National Atomic Agency, an institution that will supervise of development of nuclear projects.

Earlier Prime Minister Sali Berisha had announced that the government was looking at the possibility of constructing a nuclear power plant.

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Zagreb to build nuclear plant

Thursday, April 16, 2009

PODGORICA -- Croatia officials have confirmed that an agreement has been signed with Albania for the construction of a joint nuclear facility near the Montenegrin border.

Croatian Economy Ministry spokesman Tomislav Mazal told Podgorica television station Vijesti that the two governments had formed a working group of five experts each tasked with the technical implementation of this major project.

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AD wants answers about Italian media reports on nuclear ambitions

Tuesday, July 29, 2008

Alternattiva Demokratika yesterday appealed for the prime minister to shed light on a media report in which it was claimed that Italian Premier Silvio Berlusconi is considering Malta as a suitable spot for a nuclear power plant.

AD’s spokesman for sustainable development Carmel Cacopardo said the report featured in the Italian newspaper Il-Sole 24 Ore and mentioned Malta, Albania and Montenegro as possible sites for power plants. The report was compiled after a statement released in relation to Dr Gonzi and Mr Berlusconi’s meeting last week.

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Italy should seek to build nuclear plants in Albania, Montenegro - Tremonti

Thursday, April 3, 2008

MILAN (Thomson Financial) - Italy should seek to build nuclear plants in neighbouring countries facing the Adriatic Sea like Albania or Montenegro to meet energy demand in the medium term, said Giulio Tremonti, expected to become economy minister if the centre-right coalition wins the elections.

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