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Participation of Lithuanian scientists in a project to provide advice to Belarus on the Astravyets nuclear power plant (NPP) was coordinated with the Foreign Ministry, says Sigitas Rimkevicius, the head of the Energy Institute. Meanwhile, the ministry's official says it was a slap in the face.
Advice on Astravyets N-plant in tune with Foreign Ministry - Energy Institute chief
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