VILNIUS – Lithuania has turned to the European Commission for clauses on the blockade of the Astravyets nuclear power plant to be included into the EU-China investment agreement, Lithuanian Foreign Minister Gabrielius Landsbergis said on Tuesday.
The EC is being asked to ensure the agreement will not prevent the application of the law on blocking energy produced at the Astravyets nuclear facility, the minister said, adding that the Commission has not responded yet.
"Lithuania's energy sector, which is protected by the so-called anti-Astra...
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