The Lithuanian authorities will soon prepare a plan for the complete blockade of electricity from the Belarusian nuclear power plant, launched in Ostrovets. This was stated by Energy Minister Dainius Kreivis, Delfi.
The plan, agreed between the agencies, will be available in late January or early February. According to the minister, the вЂњanti- OstrovetsвЂќ law, adopted by Vilnius, is not implemented, as Latvia still trades Belarusian electricity, which is supplied to Lithuania.
вЂњThe State Energy Regulatory Service stated very clearly that the electricity, which is supplied to Lithuania today, is bought from Belarus on the Riga exchange, and it violates the law. The fact remains that the Latvians are trading Belarusian electricity,вЂќ Kreivis said.
"BelNPP was launched on November 7th. Lithuania considers it a threat to its national security and the environment, as well as a geopolitical project of Russia.