VILNIUS – The delivery of nuclear fuel to the Astravyets nuclear power plant forces Lithuania to step up efforts to pursue the maximum security of the nuclear facility under construction in Belarus close to the Lithuanian border and to convince the neighboring countries against buying electricity generated at the power plant, Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs Albinas Zananavicius has said.
“Fuel has been delivered to the site and it means that our efforts against the Belarusian nuclear power plant will be further intensified,” he said at the meeting of th...
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