VILNIUS – Latvia will not accept any compromises on the safety of Belarus' Astravyets nuclear power plant (NPP) but the country’s government is still considering whether or not to sign up to the shared commitment to block access to the Baltic countries’ market for electricity from the nuclear facility, Latvia’s President Egils Levits has said.
“For Latvia, safety of this power plant is absolutely the first and decisive question. And there could not be a compromise in this aspect. But it is for the government to decide on this declaration ...
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