Lithuania wants to know more about the construction of the Belarusian nuclear power plant

Lithuania is not satisfied with the answers regarding Belarus plans to build a nuclear power plant.

"We can already say that this does not answer the most important questions that concern most. One of them — the criteria for selection of sites for nuclear power plants," — said the agency BNS Head of Press and Public Relations Mindovg LAŠAS.

On He said, Company misled about what platform under construction consistent with the IAEA.

"We regret that Belarus once again did not comply with international standards, wants to engage in dialogue through the media, avoiding professional dialogue. This is evidenced by the quality of the answers, "- said the diplomat.

Prepared by the Belarusian Ministry of Natural Resources and Environmental Protection of the open letter convinces us that Lithuania should not worry due to the construction of the Belarusian nuclear power station, 30 km from the Lithuanian border.

Belarusian officials claim that the reactors that will be installed at nuclear power plants are safe.

Official Minsk also believes that the assessment of the impact on the environment, he prepared properly.

The Lithuanian authorities believe that the development of nuclear power projects in Belarus and the Kaliningrad region of Russia violated the provisions of international agreements. Lithuanian representatives argue that the reactors to be used for actually have not been tested and are experimental.

The Lithuanian side believes that the plans have not been developed in case of emergency. Lithuania also holds perspective, that public hearings were conducted improperly, Interfax reports.

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