Kaliningrad nuclear power plant construction 'may resume'

Atomproject, a company of Russia’s state-owned nuclear energy corporation Rosatom, has issued tenders for surveying work at the site of a future Baltic nuclear power plant (NPP). Lithuanian experts say it may signal that Rosatom is resuming construction of the nuclear facility.
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