The Company said today First Deputy Prime Minister of Belarus Vladimir Semashko at the joint session of both chambers of the National Assembly.
He said that the nuclear program is beneficial as for Belarus, and for Russia.
"It is not known who is the station no longer needed. Construction of such a plant — it's a big load of Russian machine-building complex. And such projects in the five-plus billions of dollars nowhere to be scattered. "
Semashko admitted that maybe "there and our shortcomings, we tightened the signing of this document is for six months."
"But I hope that in July we will sign this document."