Russian State Atomic Energy Corporation Rosatom formally opened a regional centre in Mumbai, India recently to supervise its projects in India, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka, reports UNB quoting a press release.
The opening ceremony took place within the framework of the India Nuclear Energy international conference and exhibition.
Speaking on the occasion, Aleksey Pimenov, regional president of Rosatom South Asia, said the creation of a network of offices all over the world is related to the expansion of Rosatom's global footprint.
It is also in line with the company's long-term development strategy, which stipulates an ambitious but achievable target of increasing the foreign order portfolio to $150bn in the next 10 years, said a company official.
The company has already opened similar offices in Latin America, Western, Eastern and Central Europe, Central Asia, Southeast Asia, the Middle East and North America.