Burkina Faso And Russia Are Set To Sign A Memorandum Of Understanding (Mou) For The Construction Of A Nuclear Power Plant In The West African Nation.

The Agreement Will Be A Culmination Of Talks The Burkinabè Military Ruler, Ibrahim Traoré, Had With Russian President Vladimir Putin In July, During The Russia-Africa Summit In Moscow.

Report Says, The M.O.U Will Be Signed Between Rosatom, The Russian Federal Atomic Energy Agency, And The Burkinabe Ministry Of Energy, On The Sidelines Of Russian Energy Week 2023.

According To the International Energy Atomic Agency (Iaea) About 20% of Burkina Faso’s Population Have Access to Electricity One of the Lowest Rates in the World.


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