A proposal for the European Parliament to approve the allocation of 780 million euros for the closure of the Ignalina Nuclear Power Plant is increasing chances for Lithuania to get additional funding, an expert says.
Klaudijus Maniokas, however, says it's too early to say how much the funding will in fact increase, compared to the amount proposed by the European Commission.
"The fact that a proposal matching Lithuania's calculations comes from the European Parliament is a really serious signal of support and also for the European Commission...
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