VILNIUS - Poland's foreign minister on Jan. 30 restated the country's intention to sign an agreement on building a new nuclear power plant in Lithuania, while Prime Minister Gediminas Kirkilas hinted that private investment ought to be allowed to participate in the multi-billion euro project.As Anna Fotyga, Poland's foreign minister, told reporters, "Poland is really interested in taking part in this project and has a clear position on this matter. Poland hopes that the issue of signing an agreement on this project will be settled in association with the Lithuanian government in the near fu...
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