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25 Apr 2014

Belarus keeps public informed about NPP project

Belarus keeps public informed about NPP project

MINSK, 25 April (BelTA) – Belarusian specialists are conducting a large-scale information campaign to keep people informed about the progress in the construction of the Belarusian nuclear power plant, Chairman of the Environmental Initiative association Yuri Solovyov said during an online conference on the website of the BelTA News Agency on 25 April.

“Today Belarusian power engineering and nuclear energy experts provide as much information as possible about such a “protected” facility as a nuclear power plant,” he emphasized.

According to the environmentalist, when it comes to the NPP’s impact on environment and human health, construction process, and observation of safety rules, the information is more than exhaustive and accessible.

To illustrate his point, Yuri Solovyov named several most comprehensive and reliable sources of information. These are BelTA’s specialized resource, the website of the Belarusian nuclear power plant and the public information center at the Belarusian NPP in Ostrovets. The center collaborates with all NGOs, including environmental organizations.

“I hope this cooperation will continue,” Yuri Solovyov said.


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