Lithuanian PM asks experts if blocking power from Belarus nuclear plant is possible

Prime Minister Algirdas Butkevičius has asked his energy minister to find out if it is technically possible to restrict the supply of electricity from Belarus’ new nuclear power plant, which is part of the so-called BRELL energy ring that also includes the Baltic countries and Russia.
The future Astravyets Nuclear Power Plant
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