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Russian ship carrying goods for Rooppur power plant arrives at  Mongla

Bangladesh Beyond
  • Updated on Tuesday, August 2, 2022
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Russian ship carrying goods for Rooppur power plant arrives at  Mongla

 

Dhaka August  02 2022 :

 

A Russian ship carrying  machineries for the Rooppur Nuclear Power Plant arrived at 
Mongla Port here on August 01 2022. 

The Russian flag carrier ‘MV Kamilla’ anchored at the 6 no jetty of 
the port at 4pm, which is the first transport of any Russian ship to 
Bangladesh since the Russian-Ukrainian war began on February 
24 this year, says a BSS report.

Earlier, the ship with 13 sailors left Russian port Tamaruk Port 
with 3,328.237 tonnes of machineries for Rooppur nuclear power 
plant on June 28. 

HM Dulal, owner of the contractor institution of the imported 
goods Nuru and Sons, said after unloading, these goods will be 
transported to the Rooppur power plant as soon as possible. 

Mongla Port Authority Chairman Rear Admiral Mohammad Musa 
said the machineries and ultramodern equipment of all the major 
ongoing projects of the country are imported from abroad. 

Though there was a break for some time due to the Ukraine-War, 
he hoped that from now goods will be imported by Russian ships 
regularly. 

On October 17, 2021, a Russian ship had arrived at Mongla Port 
with 3,700 tonnes of machineries for Rooppur nuclear power 
plant.

 

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