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Lithuania to set up a commission to "counter threats" from the Belarusian NPP

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The Lithuanian Cabinet of Ministers stated that they are preparing a special plan in case the Belarusian NPP under construction will eventually start generating electrical energy. In this case, the plan is called the “Plan for Counteracting Threats from the BNPP”.


According to the adviser to the head of the Lithuanian government, it is necessary to create a special commission that will consist of representatives of the Ministry of Defense, the Ministry of Internal Affairs, the Ministry of Finance, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of Energy and the Ministry of Environmental Protection of Lithuania. It is stated that it is planned to connect atomic energy specialists to develop a “countermeasure” plan.

Informational portal BaltNews referring to a government official, reports that the commission’s work will be “minimizing possible random and conditioned manifestations caused by ionizing studies” from a nuclear power plant. This statement alone speaks of the level of Lithuanian government hysteria around the construction of a nuclear power plant in the Republic of Belarus. What kind of “ionizing radiation from nuclear power plants” that threatens Lithuania? ”And how are the Lithuanian authorities going to resist this“ ionizing radiation ”? - not specified.

Lithuania to set up a commission to "counter threats" from the Belarusian NPP


It is known that the BNPP will be commissioned in the summer of 2020. Construction is under the supervision of the IAEA.
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  1. Berber
    Berber 7 December 2017 16: 22
    18
    Baltic mongrel - no other words. And they were part of a great country. No respect for yourself and your people.
    1. 210ox
      210ox 7 December 2017 16: 26
      11
      They were even when they were part-worn in the bosom. Especially Estonians.
      Quote: BerBer
      Baltic mongrel - no other words. And they were part of a great country. No respect for yourself and your people.
      1. Going
        Going 7 December 2017 16: 34
        +9
        The Cabinet of Ministers of Lithuania said that they are preparing a special plan in case the Belarusian nuclear power plant under construction ultimately starts to generate electricity.


        Of course it will start and you will buy it, because it is cheaper.
        1. NordOst16
          NordOst16 7 December 2017 16: 48
          +2
          Electricity from nuclear power plants, by definition, cannot be cheap.
          1. Going
            Going 7 December 2017 16: 52
            10
            I did not say cheap, I said cheaper than they are now buying in Europe.
            1. Shurik70
              Shurik70 7 December 2017 18: 28
              +7
              Well what to say.
              Everyone fights boredom in their own way laughing
              Let them protest to themselves. The main thing - that would not interfere.
              1. Nikolay73
                Nikolay73 8 December 2017 12: 17
                +1
                ... this FIVE !!! laughing
          2. Orionvit
            Orionvit 7 December 2017 21: 22
            +3
            Quote: NordOst16
            Electricity from nuclear power plants, by definition, cannot be cheap.

            Nonsense. It depends on which region.
            1. NordOst16
              NordOst16 7 December 2017 23: 18
              +1
              Compare LCOE NPP and CCGT. And then energy prices
              1. Orionvit
                Orionvit 8 December 2017 06: 53
                +2
                Quote: NordOst16
                And then energy prices

                Electricity prices depend not so much on energy prices as on the infrastructure of the energy sector itself and its efficiency. In different countries in different ways.
                1. NordOst16
                  NordOst16 8 December 2017 09: 33
                  +1
                  All of these costs are recorded in the LCOE. And yes, the most important problem of the NPP is that at present no technology has been debugged for dismantling the NPP and bringing the site to a “green lawn” state. And I think this is very important because it will not work forever to preserve nuclear power plants.
                  1. Orionvit
                    Orionvit 8 December 2017 10: 37
                    0
                    Quote: NordOst16
                    not a single technology has been debugged for dismantling the nuclear power plant and bringing the site to the state of a "green lawn".

                    The costs of progress. Whoever doesn’t like a technological society, let him abandon his iPhone with a car and the rest of the benefits of anthropogenic civilization and grace, we ask, according to Solzhenitsyn, "to return to the horse to the village." Only, I don’t see anyone wishing. However, critics of everything and everything, more than enough.
                    1. NordOst16
                      NordOst16 8 December 2017 12: 33
                      0
                      There will always be costs, but these costs of progress should not cause irreparable or long-term damage to nature, especially if they can be avoided. With the same success, nuclear weapons can be dropped on terrorists, and radioactive contamination can be dumped on the costs of progress.
                      1. Orionvit
                        Orionvit 8 December 2017 13: 38
                        0
                        Quote: NordOst16
                        but these costs of progress should not cause irreparable or long-term damage to nature, especially if they can be avoided.

                        Speak like a green textbook. So it is true, but unfortunately, there is nothing ideal in our life. Anyway, something will happen. Everyone blamed the USSR for Chernobyl, and they themselves polluted the Gulf of Mexico with oil and half of the Pacific Ocean with radiation from Fukushima, and nothing like goose water. Capitalists generally do not care about the environment, especially in third countries.
      2. Shura Perm
        Shura Perm 7 December 2017 16: 39
        +1
        They are simply jealous, they need to buy light from us with the EU
    2. Thrall
      Thrall 7 December 2017 16: 27
      23
      Idiots. Ignalina NPP was shut down for free from the USSR, to please Europe, and now it is raging.
      1. Berber
        Berber 7 December 2017 16: 29
        +4
        Logic and pragmatism here and does not smell exactly.
        1. Slovak
          Slovak 7 December 2017 17: 53
          +4
          Just the opposite. The commission is an opportunity to put your people on a non-dusty, well-paid job. After all, no one said that she would really “oppose”, they would write, think and publish reports.
          1. Berber
            Berber 8 December 2017 09: 04
            +1
            What about the people? What about the state? Yes, what is it to say everything is clear.
      2. NordOst16
        NordOst16 7 December 2017 16: 49
        +2
        Well rmbk stood there. I’m also waiting for the old laes units to be brought out because even they don’t inspire confidence in me.
        1. Paranoid50
          Paranoid50 8 December 2017 00: 20
          +1
          Quote: NordOst16
          the old laes blocks will be brought out because even they don’t inspire confidence in me.

          Well, everything is according to plan. LNPP-2 will be on time. It’s already in full swing to decide on which topics to let the released areas go first.
      3. Pirogov
        Pirogov 7 December 2017 18: 21
        +3
        Quote: Thrall
        Idiots. Ignalina NPP was shut down for free from the USSR, to please Europe, and now it is raging.

        Toad crushes balts.
    3. Baby sitter
      Baby sitter 7 December 2017 16: 34
      +3
      From that rage, that were !!
      1. Berber
        Berber 7 December 2017 16: 42
        +3
        Idiocy manifests itself in different ways. And how Ukraine has taken off in this regard ...
    4. Chertt
      Chertt 7 December 2017 16: 43
      +4
      “This statement alone speaks of the level of Lithuanian government hysteria around the construction of a nuclear power plant in the Republic of Belarus”
      We in Russia are already used to the insanity of the Baltic states, But Belarusians are waiting for unpleasant discoveries
      1. japs
        japs 7 December 2017 21: 59
        +5
        We know what to expect from the Balts. High members with their swollen faces and their carcasses will shield the Baltic citizens from ionizing radiation. And the governments, counting pennies, will moan and lament, but ... buy energy from the Republic of Belarus, as it WILL BE cheaper than any on the market.
    5. Primoos
      Primoos 7 December 2017 16: 47
      +5
      Khan of the Baltic aura in the astral plane. Ionizing radiation, radiation and excommunication have not yet begun, and the brain has already leaked out through the nose.
      1. Berber
        Berber 8 December 2017 09: 06
        +1
        Maidan of the brain proceeds differently, but there are common symptoms.
    6. Romario_Argo
      Romario_Argo 8 December 2017 17: 35
      0
      in February 2018, the Baltic states are scheduled to disconnect from EC BRELL
      (Belarus, Russia, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania)
      so let's see how Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania will do without electricity
  2. Coconut
    Coconut 7 December 2017 16: 23
    +7
    If so afraid .. let them wear lead underpants laughing and pots on their heads .. like their brothers in Ukraine ..
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      1. Thrall
        Thrall 7 December 2017 16: 32
        +3
        And what should she protect? smile Or is she there (I'm afraid to even imagine) ...
        1. The comment was deleted.
        2. japs
          japs 7 December 2017 22: 02
          +3
          You are not alone in your fears.
  3. 210ox
    210ox 7 December 2017 16: 24
    +6
    Spratniki! Replace radiation in the socket! I’m telling you like an electrician .. wassat
    1. Orionvit
      Orionvit 7 December 2017 21: 26
      +4
      Well, if Russia supplies ideologically poisoned gas to Europe, then why not Belarus supply radioactive electricity to the Baltic states. laughing And most importantly, they will believe, and will check, even in outlets. laughing
  4. HEATHER
    HEATHER 7 December 2017 16: 29
    +3
    Lithuania ... Non-existent substance. Brain fusion is no longer possible to prevent, as is the existence of this enclave in the near future.
  5. Polite Moose
    Polite Moose 7 December 2017 16: 30
    +5
    the commission’s work will be “minimizing possible random and conditioned manifestations caused by ionizing studies” from a nuclear power plant.

    From all kinds of ionizing radiation, an aluminum foil cap helps a lot. In severe cases - an aluminum pan. Using these simple means, it was possible to save the reason of the whole nation, which during the ritual patriotic races on the orders of Putin, FSB agents irradiated with X-rays.
    Note: Efficiency is provided when worn around the clock.
    1. Topotun
      Topotun 7 December 2017 16: 42
      +3
      And most importantly bouncing in place. And then one hat may not be enough.
    2. Sofa expert
      Sofa expert 7 December 2017 18: 07
      +4
      What stupid thing? Didn’t you study physics? When the conductor moves in el. the field in the conductor is induced by the emf .. they should be interrupted by all of the current .... but it should not have been interrupted since the time of Yushchenko .. by all laws of electrical engineering, urkain is an inexhaustible source of electric energy .. how many GW can they generate by jumping on the Maidan? A farting haz ??? Yes, they can deliver it to Europe =)
      1. Orionvit
        Orionvit 7 December 2017 21: 32
        +2
        Quote: Sofa Expert
        they should be killed by all the current .... but it has not been interrupted since Yushchenko

        It didn’t interrupt, but the synapses in the brain burned strongly. laughing
  6. prior
    prior 7 December 2017 16: 31
    +2
    Lithuania is becoming simply dangerous for the surrounding countries with its schizophrenic "radiation".
  7. Kerensky
    Kerensky 7 December 2017 16: 32
    +1
    it is necessary to create a special commission, which will consist of representatives of the Ministry of Defense, the Ministry of Internal Affairs, the Ministry of Finance, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of Energy and the Ministry of Environmental Protection of Lithuania. It is stated that it is planned to connect nuclear specialists to develop a “countermeasure” plan.

    Well done! This is how many people have found dust-free work for years!
  8. gloomy fox
    gloomy fox 7 December 2017 16: 32
    +3
    It’s just Envy. Your nuclear power plants have been shut down, it’s your business to buy expensive green energy. And don’t bother other countries to Develop !!!!! if you yourself decided to go into the Stone Age .. AES is nevertheless more environmentally friendly than drowning with coal. it will be OK.
  9. CAT BAIYUN
    CAT BAIYUN 7 December 2017 16: 40
    11
    In the end, the Belarusian NPP will start generating electric energy

    What does it mean that it will start? Start, start ... Do not hesitate!
    Bite your elbows at the lost capacity of Ignalina NPP. You had it, and now a cookie ... Use a cookie and ... and tower Europe.
  10. Siberia 9444
    Siberia 9444 7 December 2017 16: 54
    +2
    These goose in their own way laughing
  11. Berkut24
    Berkut24 7 December 2017 17: 04
    +6
    We have to reap the fruits of Peter the Great’s mistake. The Balts think that their territories were withdrawn to Russia as a result of the war between Russia and Sweden. However, legally this is not so. These lands were bought by Peter for real silver and gold. The contract did not say anything special about the population, because the Swedes themselves were considered so miserable that they were not taken into account at all. Peter the Great had to relocate these citizens of Sweden to their metropolis, as Stalin did with the Finns in the 40s and 44s of the last century. If this had not been done, then in the 91st the Karelian Isthmus would have split off from us.
    I would not argue about the statehood of the Baltic states now. They want the borders - let them have it. But since Since all of the land was purchased by us for specific money, I consider it possible to demand our state property back, because we have not received compensation for it. After that, let them discuss what they want.
  12. Hunter
    Hunter 7 December 2017 17: 04
    +3
    Something a long time ago there was no backhand ... He was already bored!
  13. Evgenijus
    Evgenijus 7 December 2017 17: 16
    +2
    Lithuania to set up a commission to "counter threats" from the Belarusian NPP

    Commission members will be given lead knightly armor and they will stand in a row on the border of Lithuania-Belarus ...
    1. LeonidL
      LeonidL 7 December 2017 19: 38
      +4
      Lead diapers for them - maybe fewer mentally defective ones will be born?
  14. LeonidL
    LeonidL 7 December 2017 19: 37
    +2
    Commission is great! New members - new salaries, again - unemployment will decrease ... And when it comes to it - propaganda of torches and candles, making scissors for cutting electric wires ... It's funny when a semi-colony interferes in the affairs of a sovereign state. Especially with such aplomb and dilettantism ... ionizing radiation !!!! Be afraid of radiation - pots on your head and build a new foil wall all over the border, and also drink iodine three times a day and more fat.
  15. nord62
    nord62 7 December 2017 19: 56
    +1
    Yes, at least ten commissions! And Old Man will come up with such crap for you that it won’t seem a little ..... Regarding crap, for his people and for the enemies of his people he has no equal in the world! wassat
  16. zulusuluz
    zulusuluz 7 December 2017 20: 00
    +1
    In the old days, some rulers poured molten lead into the throat, bringing bad news ... Today, Lithuania is preparing its citizens for a similar "honorable" event - protection from ionizing radiation. Is there enough lead for everyone?
  17. Igor V
    Igor V 7 December 2017 20: 03
    +2
    They will have to organize two commissions, because from the south another Baltic nuclear power plant is slowly creeping towards them. She is still in the freezer, but can be thawed at any time. In this case, Lithuania is unlikely to survive ionizing radiation. belay You have to put on two pans.
  18. Romanenko
    Romanenko 7 December 2017 21: 23
    +1
    Be patient, the bibis is expensive, and you'll be lining up for Belarusians in the queue for recharging the batteries when you are fully European.
  19. AshiSolo
    AshiSolo 7 December 2017 22: 18
    0
    Maybe they’ll even throw off and buy a tank :))) At least some sense of life will appear in our 120s :)))
  20. faterdom
    faterdom 7 December 2017 23: 32
    +1
    Well, here they have cards in their hands. Electricity is much easier to counteract than "wrong pipelines" - you just need to generate the same amount of the same electricity, ideally matching in phase and amplitude, and connect it to the same power lines in antiphase. And the output of the system will be zero. It’s expensive, of course, but it’s a matter of principle - you can’t trifle here.
  21. Wolka
    Wolka 8 December 2017 05: 52
    0
    Belarus, unlike Lithuania, is a sovereign state, and it decides what it needs in the country's energy supply ...
  22. annodomene
    annodomene 8 December 2017 07: 22
    +4
    "... It is known that the Baikal NPP will be commissioned in the summer of 2020. Construction is being carried out under the supervision of the IAEA ..." This is probably the IAEA Code of Safety 50-CQА (Rev.1). But the thing is that our requirements for nuclear war and RB are much tougher than the "Matev" ones. IMHO, the Lithuanian government can counteract only its own stupidity and incompetence. They are probably trying to get some preferences when the question is about buying energy from Belarus. laughing
  23. Conductor
    Conductor 8 December 2017 08: 21
    +1
    Counteraction speak! A nuclear power plant is a regime facility, for counteraction it is possible to rake in the impudent Baltic turnip.
  24. Mikhail Zubkov
    Mikhail Zubkov 8 December 2017 08: 32
    0
    Lithuanians under the rule of the EU and NATO so far are rapidly degenerating and dumping over the hillocks. They demand that they not bother us - and we won’t, it’s harmful to us — even the Nazis were forgiven for the goodness of their souls and lifted from their knees. They believed crocodile tears. This is not the case with neo-Nazis - they need to avenge all abominations. Asymmetrical! Therefore, politics must be built strictly on the principle of reciprocity: we are crap - we take revenge. Only revenge deliberately, but strongly! Prudently and sensibly, for the benefit of himself.
  25. seregatara1969
    seregatara1969 8 December 2017 10: 26
    0
    how can we counteract the threat? also threaten? or act? how?
  26. Roma 1977
    Roma 1977 8 December 2017 10: 30
    +1
    It's funny to you. And imagine how Belarus will launch this nuclear power plant! A Lithuanian peasant will leave one morning in the garden - and there everything is covered with such a layer of atoms!
  27. Nikolay73
    Nikolay73 8 December 2017 12: 14
    0
    ... in my opinion, they would need to create a commission to search for common sense and counteract hysteria and stupidity, and if they plan to start up the BNPP only by the 20th year, then with common sense everything has been very bad for a long time ...
  28. 1536
    1536 8 December 2017 12: 17
    0
    Brakes of scientific and technological progress, these people!
  29. NordOst16
    NordOst16 8 December 2017 14: 47
    0
    Orionvit,
    I would like to take a look at this green tutorial.
    But I'm not at all interested in what is going on there in the Gulf of Mexico. Though they will open a nuclear test site there. But the LNPP is very close, all right LNPP2 (they’ll be standing there), but on the old RBMK of the first series and this does not inspire me optimism. But alright, they will soon be drowned out, but how God will dispose of hundreds of tons of activated structures - only God knows. It is easier with case reactors, but there are no ready-made solutions there either. So while there are more questions with recycling than answers. And what time it will rise is also interesting. Although Ignalina is being disassembled, let's see what they decide
  30. earloop
    earloop 8 December 2017 21: 50
    0
    Belarusians will calmly receive a safe and reliable source of electricity for many years .. And the Baltic states need to "help" their desire to refuse to import electricity from Belarus by introducing schemes to guarantee the exclusion of energy supply to the Baltic states. The generation of people from neighbors will change, who may need electricity, then Belarusians will be normal neighbors and will provide fraternal assistance, at the corresponding tariff.
  31. wasjasibirjac
    wasjasibirjac 9 December 2017 15: 52
    0
    The Cabinet of Ministers of Lithuania stated that they are preparing a special plan in case the Belarusian nuclear power plant under construction ultimately starts to generate electricity
    terrible horror. and what else is the POWER PLANT intended for? Lithuania was struck by the ionizing radiation of stupidity. Lavrov: DB am