EU Energy Union Commissioner Maros Sefcovic says that whether or not Lithuania will secure funding for the Ignalina Nuclear Power Plant's closure after 2020 will depend, among other things, on the results of Brexit negotiations.
Ignalina Nuclear Power Plant
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"One very important net contributor will be leaving and we have to adjust (...). It will not be easy discussion (about support for the Ignalina plant); it would be challenging," he said in a press conference in Vilnius on Thursday.

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