Lithuania Energy Ministry on Wednesday started looking for a new CEO for state-run company Ignalina Nuclear Power Plant, after Darius Janulevičius stepped down from the position in early February.
Ignalina NPP
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Audrius Kamienas, director of the enterprise's Activity Planning and Finance Department, is serving as acting CEO.

Janulevičius resigned after suspicions were brought against him regarding alleged non-transparent sale of the company's assets.

In December, Law enforcement finished a pre-trial investigation into the sale of Ignalina's assets worth 1.5 million euros through an auction in 2014 and brought suspicions against six people, including Janulevičius and former Ignalina NPP's head Osvaldas Čiukšys.

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