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SOFIA (Reuters) – Bulgaria’s state nuclear power plant Kozloduy reconnected on Sunday its 1,000 megawatt Unit 5 nuclear reactor after successfully completing increased capacity tests on July 13-14, the plant said.

The tests followed a planned maintenance and refueling, Kozloduy, situated on the Danube river, said in a statement, adding the Soviet-made reactor was reconnected to the national power grid at 1328 local time (1028 GMT).

The other reactor, Unit 6, is working at full capacity, the plant said.

Reporting by Angel Krasimirov; Editing by Mark Potter

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