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Bulgaria could receive at least 300 million euro in further compensation for shutting down four nuclear reactors List of nuclear reactors is a comprehensive annotated list of all the nuclear reactors of the world, sorted by country. This list excludes nuclear marine propulsion reactors, except those at land installations, and .  at its Kozloduy nuclear power plant The Kozloduy Nuclear Power Plant is a nuclear power plant in Bulgaria situated 200 km north of Sofia and 5 km east of Kozloduy, a town on the Danube river, near the border with Romania. It is the country's only nuclear power plant. , Prime Minister Sergei Stanishev has said. Speaking after the latest European Council European Council, a consultative branch of the governing body of the European Union (EU). It is composed of the heads of government of the EU nations and their foreign ministers, in conjunction with the president and two additional members from the European  meeting, held in Brussels on June 18-19, Stanishev said he was assured by European Commission European Commission, branch of the governing body of the European Union (EU) invested with executive and some legislative powers. Located in Brussels, Belgium, it was founded in 1967 when the three treaty organizations comprising what was then the European Community  president Jose Manuel Barroso that the country's claim for additional compensation was justified. Bulgaria had to turn off the four 440MW reactors as one of its pre-accession commitments, receiving 550 million euro in compensation payable until the end of 2009.

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Title Annotation:BUSINESS BRIEFS
Publication:The Sofia Echo (Sofia, Bulgaria)
Date:Jun 26, 2009
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