EU shouldn't accept power from Belarus N-plant if risks not reflected in price - Kaljulaid

Estonia's new president says that the European Union should not give market access to electricity from the Astravyets nuclear power plant under construction in Belarus if environmental risks are not reflected in its price.
President of Estonia Kersti Kaljulaid
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