Foreign Ministry says Lithuania does not retract criticism of Belarusian NPP project

Lithuania's Foreign Ministry refuses to confirm recent statements by Belarusian Foreign Minister Vladimir Makei's that Lithuania allegedly accepts Minsk's propositions regarding Astravyets nuclear plant.
Astravyets NPP construction site
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