Initiative to ban electricity from Belarus nuclear plant moves on to Seimas

The Lithuanian parliament will discuss a citizens' legislative initiative to bar market access for electricity from a nuclear power plant under construction in Belarus, just 50 kilometres from Vilnius.

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