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Lithuania demands that Belarus suspends construction of nuclear power plant

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Lithuania demands that Belarus suspends construction of nuclear power plant

The Lithuanian authorities demand that the construction of Belarussian NPP located in Ostrovets is freezed until the stress tests are conducted and the experts’ conclusions are drawn, director of Pollution Control Department at the Environment Ministry of Lithuania, Vitalijus Auglys said on Wednesday in Minsk following the second round of Belarussian-Lithuanian talks over the NPP construction.

In his turn, the First Deputy Head of the Environment and Natural Resources Ministry of Belarus, Iya Malkina, announced that Belarus wouldn’t suspend construction of the nuclear power plant.

Meanwhile, Deputy Energy Minister of Belarus, Mikhail Mikhadyuk, said that Minsk had concluded a contract with the Russian company to conduct stress tests at the NPP under construction in Ostrovets. Following the stress tests, which will be conducted in December, a report is to be made and submitted to the European Commission.

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