As soon as South Korean President Yoon Seok-wyeh took office, he announced that he would repeal the "de-nuclear power" policy of his predecessor, Moon Jae-in, and demanded that the construction projects of Units 3 and 4 of the Shinhan Ul Nuclear Power Plant resume work as soon as possible. Yin Xiyue recently attended the G7 summit and NATO summit in Europe, during which he vigorously promoted South Korea's nuclear energy technology.
He pitched South Korean nuclear power directly to Polish and Czech leaders. Both countries are looking for contractors to build new nuclear industry email list power plants. The UK, Romania and the Netherlands are also seen as potential customers. "We will go all out to win the nuclear power order," Choi Sang-moo, chief economic secretary of the South Korean presidential office, told the media.
"Contradictory situation" "In the past five years, we have seen a contradictory situation: domestically we seek denuclearization, but overseas we seek to export nuclear power technology," Choi Sang-moo was quoted as saying by Yonhap News Agency, referring to the former president. Policy implemented by Moon Jae-in. "The nuclear industry is actually on the verge of collapse, but now we plan to resume nuclear power exports," Choi Sang-moo said.