No political decision has been made to revive the abandoned Belene nuclear power plant project, Bulgarian Economy and Energy Minister Dragomir Stoynev declared on Monday.
Stoynev admitted that the country does not have enough money to construct the nuclear power plant.
“The former government signed a couple of annexes, so the work on Belene became more complicated. The project was stopped, a Russian claim followed. We hired a high-profile law firm to defend us. Things will be decided in court,” Stoynev told bTV....
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