In the Lithuanian Seimas, the Cabinet demanded monthly reports on the fight against the Belarusian NPP

© Photo : GU «Directorate of construction of nuclear power plant»Layout of Belarusian NPP. Archive photoIn the Lithuanian Seimas, the Cabinet demanded monthly reports on the fight against the Belarusian NPP© Photo : GU «Directorate of construction of nuclear power plant»

The Deputy of the Lithuanian Parliament from the conservative party «Union of Fatherland — Christian Democrats of Lithuania» (CO-HDL) Audronius Azubalis suggested that monthly demand from the government a report on the measures that have been taken so that the electricity from the NPP in the future were not included in the Baltic Republic, according to Sputnik Lithuania.

A proposal to require the Cabinet to provide such information Azubalis addressed to the chairmen of the committees on foreign Affairs Juozas Bernatonis and on European Affairs Gediminas Kirkilas.
According to ažubalis, in the public space there are many speculations on the construction of a nuclear power plant near the town of Ostrovets in Belarus, as well as renunciation of energy from Russia and Belarus and synchronize with the European grid. According to the conservative Parliament it is time to know exactly how things are going with each of these issues.

The Belarusian NPP is being constructed 50 kilometers away from Vilnius, with the assistance of the Russian state Corporation «Rosatom». The station will consist of two units. The first launch is scheduled for 2019, the second — in 2020.
Before the start of construction of the object between Vilnius and Minsk scandal. Lithuania, to abandon his own working of the Ignalina NPP under the influence of Brussels, says that the nuclear power plant near Ostrovets is «unsafe» and pose a threat to the Baltic Republic.

In Belarus emphasize that the Lithuanian side is seeking to politicize the issue of the NPP construction and create barriers to export cheap energy to European countries in the future. Also in Minsk, has repeatedly said that nuclear power plants are completely safe, passed stress tests and meets all standards.

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