A Latvian energy expert says that the Lithuanian energy ministry’s proposal to freeze the Visaginas Nuclear Power Plant (VNPP) project is a formal one and it does not mean that the project has been brought to a complete halt, while a former Lithuanian energy minister has doubts about the project’s future.
“I’ve been calling it frozen for a number of years now, because it was frozen. There is no wonder that even (outgoing) Lithuanian Energy Minister Rokas Masiulis, whom I value highly ... has actually admitted in public that it is going to be frozen...
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