SLOVAKIA

BY KEITH NUTHALL
THE EUROPEAN Bank for Reconstruction and Development is to administer the closure of a third nuclear power station in eastern Europe; it will manage the decommissioning of Bohunice, in Slovakia, having signed similar agreements earlier this year for the plants in Kozloduy, Bulgaria and Ignalina, in Lithuania. This work is to be paid for by a Bohunice International Decommissioning Support Fund, which currently commands Euro 116 million, including contributions from Austria, Britain Denmark, Ireland, the Netherlands and the European ...


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