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While it’s not what the US NRC appears to have in mind when discussing GNF-A’s performance review, it’s been within the last year that GNF-A made a deal to import TVEL nuclear fuels, a Rosatom subsidiary. Rosatom is 100% Russian government owned and answers to President Putin. They even want to keep the material of the TVEL fuel rods secret, whereas it impacts on nuclear safety and storage of nuclear waste. Experimental nuclear fuel in aging nuclear reactors in the middle of America – Illinois. An act of commerce or an act of war? The US and Russia don’t even have extradition treaties to put criminals on trial. Shouldn’t they get that first? Questions are allowed at the end. So, if you would like to start pestering the US NRC and/or GNF-A on why they want to use Russian nuclear fuel in US reactors at all, and especially with an exemption, it’s your chance. Global Nuclear Fuels (GNF) is owned by GE, Hitachi and Toshiba. Toshiba appears to be getting out of the nuclear business by passing its business to Russia, starting with US nuclear fuel business. Expect GE and Hitachi to follow suit, if they aren’t stopped.

Wednesday April 12th Meeting and Sign up information below the two images

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Meeting info
To discuss GNF-A’s performance
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Meeting Dates and Times
1:00PM – 2:00PM

Meeting Location
Region II
245 Peachtree Center Avenue
Atlanta GA

Interested members of the public can participate in this meeting via Webinar.
For details, please call the NRC meeting contact.
Thomas Vukovinsky

Myla Ruffin

Participation Level
Category 1
NRC Participants
Tom Vukovinsky, NRC Staff
External Participants
Scott Murray, Global Nuclear Fuels – Americas
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Register now! https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/8546717569406687234 After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar. The public is also invited to join this meeting via teleconference by contacting Thomas Vukovinsky, at 404-997-4622 or Myla Ruffin at 404-997-4456 by 2:00 p.m. on Tuesday, April 11. If you have any questions concerning registering for the meeting, please contact the meeting organizer for webinair information.