VILNIUS – As the Lithuanian government is set to consider the Baltic states' agreement on power trade with Belarus and other third countries, ex-Lithuanian Energy Minister Arvydas Sekmokas says this way Lithuania is stepping back from its prior plans and is in fact becoming a bridge for electricity from the Astravyets nuclear power plant into the EU market.
Once the Astravyets nuclear facility in Belarus is launched, Lithuania will ban power trade with this country but that doesn’t mean that technically power from this nuclear facility will not enter Lithu...
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