VILNIUS - The European Commission and the Baltic countries have rejected Lithuanian President Gitanas Nauseda's proposal to appoint Andris Piebalgs, a Latvian who has in the past served as European commissioner for energy, a special EU coordinator for the synchronization of the Baltic power grids with the Western European system.
The synchronization project is well on track, so neither the Commission nor the Baltic countries took any action to appoint such a coordinator, an EU source told BNS.
"The idea was presented to the European Commi...
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