Parliament to vote on declaring Belarus' N-plant a national security threat

Parliament will vote on Thursday on whether to declare Belarus' nuclear power plant under construction in Astravyets, a mere 50 kilometers from Vilnius, as unsafe and posing a threat to national security, environment and public health due.
Belarus' nuclear power plant under construction in Astravyets
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