Astravyets Nuclear Power Plant site

Change of tactics needed on Belarus nuclear plant

The European Union along with Lithuania has recently softened its tone towards Belarus – often called the “last dictatorship of Europe” – and that shift in strategy has real implications for Lithuania’s approach to the construction of the country’s new nuclear power plant. […]

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Opinion: Looking into the Far East – how Japan might affect our energy security

Once Japan restarts its nuclear capabilities, it will reduce its reliance on LNG. As a result, global LNG prices should drop, benefiting European states that are eyeing LNG as an alternative to Russian gas. This is particularly crucial for such Eastern European states as Lithuania and Poland that have placed great hopes in their liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminals in Klaipėda and Świnoujście. […]

Avigdor Lieberman
Foreign affairs

Israel’s foreign minister in Vilnius: Nuclear proliferation in Middle East a “horror film”

Israel‘s Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman, who paid a working visit to Lithuania, said the nuclear programme of Iran was a threat to the whole world and compared the proliferation of nuclear weapons in the Middle East to a horror film. […]