Lithuania has a firm intention not to allow construction near its borders, and nuclear power will seek the help of international partners — this is falling "Interfax", said today the Lithuanian Foreign Minister Azubalis.
"There is a whole range of measures that can make Lithuania, assigned to the construction site in Belarus was distant from the Lithuanian border," — said Azubalis reporters. Selection of sites for nuclear power plants Ostrovetskaya Lithuanian Minister designated as a "provocation."
According to Azubalis, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Belarus Sergei Martynov in late March, has promised that the official Minsk will give the answer to the note of Lithuania on the possible environmental impact of the planned nuclear power plant in Belarus.
Lithuanian Minister of passing reminded that note was also sent to Russia and which intends to build a new station near the limit of Lithuania in Kaliningrad.
In late March, the Lithuanian mass media spread the statement of the Prime Minister of Lithuania Andrius Kubilius, who said that Lithuania will be in The European Union The OSCE and the fight against nuclear power plants to be built next to its border.