VILNIUS - A Lithuanian official believes that Belarusians continue to brush off the likelihood of a catastrophe occurring at their nuclear power plant under construction because they feel that such incidents as those at Fukushima or Chernobyl are impossible at Astravyets.
"They say that such an accident is impossible in principle, but when you start discussing this and say that the probability of such an accident is not zero, they admit that it is not zero, but very close to zero," Vitalijus Auglys, director of the Pollution Prevention Department at the Lithuani...
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