KLAIPEDA - Two core Lithuanian ministries claim that the risks of the Visaginas nuclear power plant project are under control and, more than that, the government is so convinced of the future profitability of the venture that it, unlike some major European powerhouses, has refused to apply to the European Commission for subsidies for its new nuke. What is clear to the government remains vague to the oppositionThe Lithuanian Finance Ministry’s preliminary conclusions over the risks of implementation of the Visaginas Nuclear Power Plant project (VNPPP) are positive. Thi...
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