He added that Belarus had to show openness on nuclear safety issues, adhere to international conventions and carry out the so-called stress tests.
Juncker said during the summit last Friday that the Astravyets project, criticized by Vilnius for failing to meet international safety standards, “is a European issue” and that Brussels “will follow this very closely”.
Greece wants to feast and to have other countries pay its bills, Lithuania’s president has said, adding that Lithuania has a tough stance towards the Greek debt crisis in particular as the country does not want, in the president’s words, to take responsibility for several decades of living beyond its means. […]
The European Union has extended the existing sanctions for Ukrainian and Russian citizens supporting pro-Russian separatists in eastern Ukraine for six more months, Lithuanian diplomats said on Wednesday. […]
Technical details on the planned synchronization of the three Baltic states’ power networks with continental Europe will be known in late June when the parties involved plan to sign a political agreement, Lithuanian Energy Minister Žygimantas Vaičiunas says. […]