Department of Nuclear and Radiation Safety Department Jumber Mamasakhlisi .
Ministry of Energy and Natural Resources of Georgia has denied reports of secret construction of a nuclear power plant .The agency Trend, similar statements in the department called absurd." As for the possibility of the secret of such a large project , it is something out of science fiction ," - said the head of the Department of Nuclear and Radiation Safety Department Jumber Mamasakhlisi .He also assured that build nuclear power plants in Georgia are planned.The fact that the country secretly built nuclear power plant , reportedly told the Georgian leader of the opposition movement "National " Shalva Khachapuridze .Citing its own power , he argued that nuclear power plants built under the guise of a hydroelectric Khertvisi Aspindza (town in southern Georgia ).According to Khachapuridze , this decision was made " at the request of Turkey."The politician also said that in connection with the construction of nuclear power plants have reportedly set up an intergovernmental committee, comprising representatives of Georgia, Azerbaijan and Turkey, and all the negotiations on this issue is secretly Georgian Energy Minister Alexander Khetaguri.In this regard, opposition leader demanded that the government make public all documents relating to the construction of hydropower plants.As recalled by the agency , Georgia has abandoned plans to build a nuclear power plant after the accident at the nuclear power plant " Fukushima " in Japan , which occurred in March two thousand and eleven.Last spring, one of the Internet portal has information that the Georgian authorities reportedly are working to develop nuclear weapons.The author published later admitted it was a joke , but the Tbilisi nevertheless issued an official denial.Deputy Secretary of Energy Valishvili Mariam said that "in terms of nuclear and radiation safety , Georgia is one of the advanced countries ."At the same time it denied the information about the country's leadership plans to build nuclear power plants." In Georgia today necessary and possible to implement such plans ," - said the deputy minister.