VILNIUS – As the Astravyets nuclear power plant near the Lithuanian border started producing electricity on Tuesday and Lithuania subsequently suspended power trade with Belarus and the Baltic states do not import power from continental Russia yet, Lithuanian Energy Ministry Zygimantas Vaiciunas says there's a risk that Latvia and Estonia will approve a bilateral methodology for power trade with Russia.
Similar conclusions have also been presented by lawyers from Lithuania's power transmission system operator Litgrid and the National Energy Regulatory Counci...
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