Russia–Uruguay relations

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Russia-Uruguay relations
Map indicating locations of Russia and Uruguay

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Russia–Uruguay relations is the bilateral foreign relations between the two countries, Russia and Uruguay. Russia has an embassy in Montevideo and Uruguay has an embassy in Moscow. Russia is looking for cooperation with Uruguay in the field of nuclear energy, the Russian ambassador to Latin America said: "Our countries could maintain cooperation in the sphere of nuclear energy although Uruguay's legislation bans the use of nuclear energy". The diplomat said Uruguayan officials had shown interest in a floating nuclear power plant, when the project's presentation took place at the Russian Embassy recently. The first floating plant will have capacity of 70 MW of electricity, and about 300 MW of thermal power. The cost of the first plant is estimated at $400 million, but could later be reduced to $240 million. In 2009 marked the 150th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Russia and Uruguay.

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