VILNIUS - As the Baltic states are holding discussions on power trade with Belarus following the launch of the Astravyets nuclear power plant, Lithuanian Prime Minister Saulius Skvernelis says Lithuania will try to do everything for electricity from Astravyets, which is considered unsafe, not to enter Lithuania, adding however, that the country would not break neighbors' arms over the issue.
"We need to do everything until the coordination period to make sure that electricity from this power plant could technically not enter the Lithuanian market. A methodologica...
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