TALLINN - The construction of the Visaginas nuclear power plant could start in 2015, and the plant’s operations could be launched five or six years later, Lithuanian Prime Minister Andrius Kubilius said in an interview with the Estonian business newspaper Aripaev. The talks will continue until 2015, drafting projects and specifying technical nuances, said Kubilius.The final decision on actual investments will also be made then and the plant’s construction will be launched, added the Lithuanian prime minister. The project’s economic gains are “considerable,&rdqu...
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