Germany backs Lithuania's goal to ensure Belarusian N-plant safety

Germany's Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel says in Vilnius he understands the Lithuanian government's anxiety over the Astravyets Nuclear Power Plant (NPP) under construction in Belarus, expressing support to the goal of ensuring the plant's security via international organizations.
Sigmar Gabriel, German Foreign Minister
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