Kudankulam: London pays anti-Russian subversive activities in India

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After Brazil, Belo Monte dam the British security services are involved in subversive anti-Russian activities in India by funding opponents of the construction of NPP "Kudankulam". Both cases, Belo Monte and nuclear power plants "Kudankulam"Were discussed at our French-language online Ice Station Zebra.

Cooperation within the BRICS between New Delhi, Moscow and Brasilia in the fight against subversion, especially against the Atlanticist NGO activity, all the more relevant. But perhaps it has already carried out at the level of the exchange of information?

Do not be surprised, finding all of the same usual suspects Brazil's Belo Monte in the Amazon, in India, in Kudankulam in Tamil Nadu or in Russia in the Evenki in Siberia!


Indian police opened a criminal investigation into the transfer from London 55,000 dollars to the account of a woman whose husband is involved in protests against the construction of Russian technology nuclear power plant at Kudankulam,
Indian media reported [link].

"We are investigating this suspicious transaction because Ambika husband, Tavazi Kumar participated in the protests against the nuclear power plant", ? said a police official of the Indian state of Tamil Nadu (south), quoted by the PTI. According to police, these funds have been listed by some geek Anand, working in London.

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Opponents of the construction with black flags on Monday tried to block construction at Kudankulam on the occasion of the second anniversary of the accident at the Japanese nuclear power plant "Fukushima-1". Demonstrators are located 500 meters from the station, the first reactor, which is almost ready for use. About 4,000 police officers keep the peace in the region.

Russian Ambassador to India Alexander Kadakin at the end of December last year stated that protests against the plant in Kudankulam were paid by foreign NGOs.

Scheduled for the end of 2011, the launch of the first reactor was postponed after protests from residents who called to stop construction. In October 2011, the opponents of the atom have blocked roads leading to the station, cutting off access to its engineers and builders. In March 2012 the government of the Indian state of Tamil Nadu has decided to resume work.

Construction of NPP "Kudankulam" was launched in 2002 as part of an intergovernmental agreement on cooperation signed 20 November 1988 between the USSR and India, and applications to the agreement signed by Russia and India, June 21, 1998. The first phase of the project involved the construction of two VVER-1000 reactors of 1000 MW each. In late 2008, the parties signed an agreement to build two more reactors at the station.

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