“Nuclear Power Plant in Belarus: Element of Defense, Attack, or Political Influence?”, Maksym Bielawski (Razumkov, Ukraine)

Twelve years have passed. In August 2020, physical start-up operations of the first power unit of the nuclear power plant in Ostrovets began. This means that commercial operations will occur in the first quarter of 2021. In fact, from that moment on, Belarus turns from an importer of electricity into an exporter. However, this is only virtual. Since there are no people willing to buy Belarusian electricity. Poland and the Baltic states have expressed their categorical position. Ukraine has enough of its generating capacities, which are fully capable of meeting the demand on the domestic and foreign markets.

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