TALLINN - According to the European Commission's compromise proposal to the Baltic states, which are currently engaged in a dispute over the purchase of electricity from Belarus' Astravyets nuclear power plant, the European Nuclear Safety Regulators Group should conduct a supplementary assessment of the power plant's safety, Estonian Minister of Economic Affairs and Infrastructure Taavi Aas told public broadcaster ERR.
Aas said that the Commission's proposal constitutes a recommendation to strengthen safety measures; however, buying electricity from third ...
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