The conservative Homeland Union-Lithuanian Christian Democrats claims to have collected nearly 65,000 signatures of the nation’s citizens supporting an initiative against the Belarusian nuclear power plant in Astravyets.
The conservatives' bill, which aims to prohibit the sale of electricity generated at the Astravyets facility in Lithuania and prevent the power plant from using the Lithuanian energy system, was signed by a total of 64,702 residents of Lithuania in two months’ time, party leader Gabrielius Landsbergis told a news conference on Monday.
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