Rosatom becomes tool of geopolitical pressure - Minister of Energy in US

Rosatom, Russia's state corporation that is building nuclear power plants in Europe, Asia and Middle East, is turning into an instrument of geopolitical pressure, Lithuanian Energy Minister Rokas Masiulis said during his visit to the United States.
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