VILNIUS – As Belarus plans to launch the Astravyets nuclear power plant's first reactor in November, Lithuania will once again ask Brussels to ensure that the nuclear facility does not come online until stress-test recommendations are implemented.
"We are now preparing a request to the European commissioner (responsible for energy Kadri Simson – BNS) to ensure that such a launch does not happen until the stress-test recommendations are implemented, and for the group of regulators to have a principled position," Lithuanian Energy Minister Zygimant...
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