"What's worrisome is Turkey could exploit nuclear power as a cover to procure bomb-related technology and hardware. The technology transfer is already occurring"
Turkey’s power plant building spree has resulted in an enormous idle capacity but the construction of new plants continues at the expense of taxpayers
An intergovernmental agreement between Turkey and Russia was signed in May 2010 for the Akkuyu NPP
Russian authorities deny any leakage or fault with power plants in St Petersburg and Murmansk
Engineers & workers began ringing alarm bells over a potential nuclear disaster & NGOs filed a lawsuit demanding the construction to stop
The North American country is not the only state to enforce an arms embargo on Turkey following the military operation last year
Erdogan rushes to fulfill his secret nuclear weapons' dream
Turkey desperately wants its own nuclear missiles
Turkey’s first nuclear power plant Akkuyu is a joint Russian-Turkish project with Russian energy company Rosatom as the majority stakeholder
How far is Turkey willing to go?