Over 15,000 Lithuanians sign call to bar Belarusian electricity from Lithuania

Over 15,000 Lithuanian citizens have supported a legislative initiative aimed at barring access for electricity from a nuclear power plant under construction in Belarus. The Homeland Union, which launched the initiative, expects to collect at least 50,000 signatures by July 9.
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