South Korea has signed a supply agreement with Russia for the construction of a nuclear power plant in Egypt
Seoul assured that the technology transferred to it will not violate international sanctions against Russia
by a nuclear power company to supply components and build buildings for turbines for Egypt's first nuclear power plant, officials said.
South Korea hailed the agreement as a triumph for its nuclear industry, although it made an unwelcome impression against the background of attempts by Seoul's allies in the United States to put economic pressure on Russia to isolate it in connection with the war in Ukraine.
Representatives of South Korea said that preliminary consultations were held with the United States on the agreement and that the technologies transferred by Seoul in within the framework of the project, will not violate international sanctions against Russia.