Poland and Lithuania reacted to plans for physical start-up of Belarusian NPP in July


Poland and Lithuania reacted to the voiced plans for the fast loading of fuel at the Belarusian nuclear power plant. Based on the plans, fuel assemblies at BelAES should be loaded by July of this year. The physical launch of the 1st power unit of the first nuclear power plant in the Republic of Belarus was also scheduled for July.


The Polish press writes that while Europe is systematically abandoning the operation of nuclear power plants, Belarus is about to launch its own nuclear power plant under construction by Russia.

With reference to representatives of the Lithuanian government, it was announced that the Lithuanian Ministry of Health is going to distribute about 4 million tablets of potassium iodide throughout the country, "which will help protect the thyroid gland from radiation." It is noted that deliveries to Lithuania have already begun.

At the same time, the Lithuanian authorities for some reason do not inform the population that the radiation background from the operation of nuclear power plants in the Republic of Belarus will be such (as at other nuclear power plants with similar reactors), which is even lower than in the center, for example, Vilnius.

Head of the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Lithuania Aureliyus Veriga:

We must be vigilant and respond when there is a threat to the health of our citizens. First of all, we will distribute tablets containing iodine to residents of areas bordering Belarus.

BelAES is located near the town of Ostrovets.

Poland and Lithuania reacted to plans for physical start-up of Belarusian NPP in July

About fifty km from it to Vilnius. VVER-1200 reactors will provide power generation.
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  1. Zementbomber 12 May 2020 07: 01 New
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    The Polish press writes that while Europe systematically refuses to operate nuclear power plants

    Well, let's say - in relation to cr. least to France and Finland - this perfect nottrue. Why should Belarus follow the example of Germany, and not the same Finns?
    1. Shurik70 12 May 2020 07: 09 New
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      Quote: Zementbomber
      Why should Belarus?

      Because Belarus. EVERYTHING owes to the Poles and the Baltic states. But Russia, Belarus and Germany especially, because the closest neighbors
      1. Olgovich 12 May 2020 11: 30 New
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        the Lithuanians stocked up with something wrong pills: with such fears, others are needed from a bear’s disease ...
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          avg 12 May 2020 12: 33 New
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          So this is a cool business project, a straight-forward startup - to deliver Imodium with Espumisan in one bottle right away should help not only from diarrhea caused by the opening of the nuclear power plant, but also with the consequences of closing the ports. yes
    2. Mitroha 12 May 2020 07: 15 New
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      They have their own Europe, favorable for them.
      Everything with Germany is also unclear why, at enormous damage to its economy and population, it is necessary to clean up nuclear power plants, replacing them with expensive "green energy" which, when manufacturing equipment for it, is also quite a polluting thing.
      1. Mountain shooter 12 May 2020 08: 15 New
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        Quote: Mitroha
        clean nuclear power plants, replacing them with expensive "green energy" which, when manufacturing equipment for it, is also quite a polluting thing.

        With Germany, much is not clear. To close their NPPs for the sake of an uneducated "greenback", which differs little in education from Greta Tumberg - shoot yourself in the foot. Industry doesn’t care if the wind blows or the sun shines ... She says - come on ... But we have fog or rains wassat
        1. Alexey RA 12 May 2020 12: 38 New
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          Quote: Mountain Shooter
          With Germany, much is not clear. To close their NPPs for the sake of an uneducated "greenback", which differs little in education from Greta Tumberg - shoot yourself in the foot.

          This is a conspiracy of gas sellers. smile
          See for yourself: first, environmentalists attacked the German coal-fired thermal power plants, which, EMNIP, constituted the majority of the country's thermal power plants. Then - at the nuclear power plant. What is left? That's right - gas thermal power plants, hydroelectric power stations and green power plants, which will divide the market.
          1. Zementbomber 13 May 2020 10: 28 New
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            In 2018, coal mining in Germany amounted to 169 million tons (8th position in the world). Earlier 2038 - no plans to abandon coal generation in Germany. And during this time - "or the emir, or - donkey, or ..." smile
      2. Pashhenko Nikolay 12 May 2020 09: 32 New
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        The Germans generally have a strange story. They get rid of nuclear power plants and continue to store atomic bombs. That is still security.
        1. Zementbomber 13 May 2020 10: 30 New
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          YaBP - by themselves, do not affect the environment (not yet applied). Well, they are quite comfortable under the US nuclear umbrella, which keeps you in a tight bridle.
          1. Pashhenko Nikolay 13 May 2020 19: 08 New
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            Yes, and nuclear power plants are completely safe, until nothing comes to you from under a strong rein.
    3. Alex Nevs 12 May 2020 08: 57 New
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      It's time for them to distribute lead pants ... to everyone ..
      1. 4ekist 12 May 2020 13: 10 New
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        ..... it was announced that the Lithuanian Ministry of Health is going to distribute around 4 million potassium iodide tablets "that will help protect the thyroid gland from radiation." It is noted that deliveries to Lithuania have already begun .....

        Why tablets, 10 drops of an alcoholic solution of iodine per 250g. drink vodka daily. That's all the problems.
    4. Pete mitchell 12 May 2020 10: 22 New
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      Quote: Zementbomber
      Why Belarus Should Follow ...

      Remember how in a joke: if my neighbor gets twice as much as me, then knock me out the eye of the witch ...
      If I’m not mistaken, then the start of this construction took place against the backdrop of the inability of the Baltic states + psheks to agree and build one nuclear power plant at all. Overwhelmed, the European solidarity was raped, and the lack of energy, especially cheaper, is a reality. It remains only wipe the snot and get ready to bow to the same Republic of Belarus, or it’s even scary to think with their tolerant brains to ... lol , but
      1. IS-80_RVGK2 12 May 2020 10: 55 New
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        Quote: Pete Mitchell
        airopee solidarity

        Against the backdrop of the enchanting show of the fight against the pandemic of coronavirus and other breakxits for such a phrase, they will probably soon be hit in the face.
        1. Pete mitchell 12 May 2020 10: 58 New
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          Quote: IS-80_RVGK2
          for such a phrase probably will soon be hit in the face.

          I still think that before this, this definition was used mainly for outright divorce.
    5. Lopatov 12 May 2020 10: 37 New
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      Quote: Zementbomber
      Why should Belarus follow the example of Germany, and not the same Finns?

      Because the competition.
      Poland and Lithuania have invested heavily in LNG reception infrastructure
  2. Vladimir_2U 12 May 2020 07: 05 New
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    Not them, that’s raging! )))
    1. Mitroha 12 May 2020 07: 10 New
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      Poland and Lithuania reacted

      Well, they are like Pavlov’s dogs, they react and react laughing
      They’re just scared how bad it is, if someone lives better than them
      1. knn54 12 May 2020 07: 22 New
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        Will they share pills with the protesting Belarusian opposition?
        1. BARKAS 12 May 2020 07: 41 New
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          With tablets, probably a mistake potassium is needed exactly iodide can cyanide?
          1. venik 12 May 2020 08: 54 New
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            Quote: BARKAS
            With tablets, probably a mistake potassium is needed exactly iodide can cyanide?

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            Not! For iodine still "... you need to pay extra for 5 cents, per package ..."!
            good From the tongue, Michael was removed! I just wanted to remember the “bearded” joke, so you got ahead! drinks
            1. novel66 12 May 2020 09: 48 New
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              I remembered right away
    2. alexmach 12 May 2020 09: 29 New
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      yeah .. and the most interesting thing is that the fate of the North Stream most likely awaits this station. It was being built with the thought of exporting electricity to Europe, and Europe itself seems to be in a hurry to isolate itself from it with a wall with the words "we don’t need thanks."
      1. Lopatov 12 May 2020 10: 41 New
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        Quote: alexmach
        and Europe itself seems in a hurry to shut itself off

        Not quite
        Only Poland and Lithuania declare "fenced off" and require similar actions from others. To no avail.
        1. alexmach 12 May 2020 11: 10 New
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          Only Poland and Lithuania declare “fenced off” and require similar actions from others

          From others is it from whom? From Germany or what? So the Germans can begin to twist their noses, just like they do in the case of the joint venture. Not to mention the fact that industrialized Germany is able to solve its problems with power generation even with stupid green restrictions.
      2. ccsr 12 May 2020 13: 36 New
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        Quote: alexmach
        It was built with the thought of exporting electricity to Europe

        Peak loads do not coincide in time - this will make it possible to have lower reserve capacities in the Federal Republic of Germany, which in itself is already beneficial if they buy electricity in Belarus.
        1. alexmach 12 May 2020 15: 31 New
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          which in itself is already beneficial if they buy electricity in Belarus.

          Profitable? And who cares profitably? They increase the share of the most disadvantageous, at least in the short term, generation method. I’m already silent about the fact that it’s more profitable to have our generation than to buy someone’s energy there.
          1. ccsr 12 May 2020 17: 32 New
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            Quote: alexmach
            Profitable? And who cares profitably?

            The construction of nuclear power plants should not be approached from a short-term benefit - these are long-term projects. Given that nuclear power is the cheapest today, Lukashenko calculated everything correctly.
            1. alexmach 12 May 2020 18: 42 New
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              The construction of nuclear plants should not be approached with short-term benefits

              Of course, as for any infrastructure project, it's just premature to laugh at the “Young Europeans” reaction. After all, they only advocate for their own gesheft, and this is a bell that this station, in terms of energy export to Europe, will have the same future as the joint venture. Yes, yes, about concerns about the joint venture, too, they laughed. They laughed, laughed and laughed. So there is no one to finish it, here the "native" Germans drive him under the second directive. Something similar and about this station will come up. Well, they’re not fools to let Lukashenko and Russia earn money in their own energy market. And for one Belarus, the power of this station will be redundant ...
              1. ccsr 12 May 2020 18: 48 New
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                Quote: alexmach
                Of course, as for any infrastructure project, it's just premature to laugh at the “Young Europeans” reaction.

                If we observe Europe, then the greens have more and more weight there, so our Young Europeans will be put with the letter “G” as soon as they decide that they don’t need heating stations even on gas. Given the fact that the cost of nuclear energy is the cheapest, they may require the purchase of part of the electricity in Belarus - I see nothing supernatural in this.
                1. alexmach 12 May 2020 23: 12 New
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                  It will never happen that the Greens put cancer in favor of atomic energy. It cannot be simply because it cannot be. This time.
                  And secondly, Estonia has still not put anywhere for thermal stations on shale. And you tell tales about gas.
                  1. ccsr 13 May 2020 10: 00 New
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                    Quote: alexmach
                    It will never happen that the Greens put cancer in favor of atomic energy. It cannot be simply because it cannot be. This time.

                    You know Europeans poorly - they don’t care what will happen on the territory of Belarus, especially since in France no one talks about the closure of nuclear plants.
                    Quote: alexmach
                    And secondly, Estonia has still not put anywhere for thermal stations on shale. And you tell tales about gas.

                    Do not live one day, but rather take an interest in the life of the nuclear power plant. By the way, the current crisis could lead to the collapse of the EU, so no one will remember about Estonia.
                    1. alexmach 13 May 2020 10: 33 New
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                      You know Europeans poorly - they don’t care what will happen on the territory of Belarus, especially since in France no one talks about the closure of nuclear plants.

                      You don’t know them well. There is no such open-minded fools in power and business as the Russian media draw. It’s one thing to kill atomic generation and develop expensive generation from “renewable” sources, it’s quite another thing to kill generation to buy energy from Belarus, there are no such fools in Europe, and you don’t have to blame Latvia and Bulgaria - Germany will not do that.
                      Do not live one day, but rather take an interest in the life of the nuclear power plant

                      And I don’t live one day. this situation persists for decades despite all the power of the greens. They did not stop the generation of the dirtiest coal, and you say that they will tighten the generation of gas. Yes, they will never be screwed, they can’t even transfer to this generation. At the same time, Estonia also manages to sell unused quotas under the Kyoto Protocol :)
                      By the way, the current crisis could lead to the collapse of the EU, so no one will remember about Estonia.

                      May lead or may not lead. Maybe the collapse of the EU and maybe the collapse of Belarus, or God forbid its accession to the EU :). The collapse of the EU is contrary to current historical trends. Well, in a hypothetical case of the collapse of the EU, nobody will remember about these green ones of yours. Greens is the bliss of a well-fed, prosperous society.
                      1. ccsr 13 May 2020 11: 18 New
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                        Quote: alexmach
                        sources, it’s a completely different thing to kill a generation in yourself in order to buy energy from Belarus, there are no such fools in Europe,

                        But you don’t need to juggle it - I initially pointed out that Belarusian electricity is needed to compensate for peak loads in Germany itself, which means that reserve capacities can be reduced. Or is it not so?
                        No one spoke that Germany would give up the production of all electric power to the wrong hands - so do not attribute to me what I did not say.
                        Quote: alexmach
                        They did not stop the generation of the dirtiest coal, and you say that they will tighten the generation of gas.

                        This will be due to the fact that nuclear energy will be cheaper, and it is profitable to buy it to compensate for at least part of the cost of producing it at home.
                        Quote: alexmach
                        The collapse of the EU is contrary to current historical trends.

                        You have not taken into account the new trend - coronavirus, which will accelerate the process of the collapse of the EU.
                        Quote: alexmach
                        Greens is the bliss of a well-fed, prosperous society.

                        Here I completely agree with you. But they have too small territories, so they panic.
                      2. alexmach 13 May 2020 13: 02 New
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                        I initially pointed out that Belarusian electricity is needed to compensate for peak loads in Germany itself, which means that reserve capacities can be reduced. Or is it not so?

                        I am far from a specialist in the energy sector, but in my opinion, in order to compensate for the peak capacities for this, the energy systems of Europe and Belarus should be somehow connected at all. Such a connection is a complex infrastructure project comparable to the construction of the station itself. Are they connected? I don’t know, but I honestly doubt it. It seems to me that their main trend is now to unite among themselves and to fence themselves off from the outside. Will they be united with the active opposition of the "Young Europeans"?
                        This will be due to the fact that nuclear energy will be cheaper, and it is profitable to buy it to compensate for at least part of the cost of producing it at home.

                        Compensation costs for the production of electric energy are borne by the consumers of this energy. And the Germans do not have such a task. And the cheapness of atomic energy - well, so far, the Germans are not very attractive.
                        You have not taken into account the new trend - coronavirus, which will accelerate the process of the collapse of the EU.

                        Well, that is, the refugees could no longer cope with the collapse of the EU, is it time for the coronovirus? What if it rallies, unites and not accelerates?
  • Doccor18 12 May 2020 07: 07 New
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    Nuclear power is several times cheaper than that from windmills and solar panels. True, the construction of a nuclear power plant is very expensive. And when it is beaten off, one dewdrop is known.
    1. michael2000 12 May 2020 07: 25 New
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      This is called - stuffing shit is not a fan. If you do not know how to count, then you do not need to think that the people who built the nuclear power plant did not calculate its profitability and did not name the payback period.
      1. alexmach 12 May 2020 09: 31 New
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        This is called - stuffing shit is not a fan. If you do not know how to count, then you do not need to think that the people who built the nuclear power plant did not calculate its profitability and did not name the payback period.

        Well, yes, the transit of gas to Europe or, say, the situation with the quarrel at OPEC +, can serve as an example of how decision-makers can consider it.
        1. Lopatov 12 May 2020 10: 42 New
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          Quote: alexmach
          or say the situation with the quarrel at OPEC +.

          Was Russia obliged to surrender right away? Without any argument?
          1. alexmach 12 May 2020 11: 20 New
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            Was Russia obliged to surrender right away? Without any argument?

            It is difficult to say that they even formally achieved the inclusion of the United States and Mexico, but it was ridiculous to watch how the negotiations left with their heads held high, saying that it was very problematic to cut production, and then they wiped it back ..

            Although I already wrote elsewhere - the main blow nevertheless came from the cooling of the economy due to the virus.

            Well, in general, the construction of technological infrastructure is still a serious and useful step.
            1. Lopatov 12 May 2020 11: 23 New
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              It’s hard to say, they even formally achieved the inclusion of the United States and Mexico

              You see.
              And you say that you had to give up and fulfill all the requirements.
              Then to get new ones.
              After all, in today's world. like in the gateway. Weak and compliant kick. And the money is taken.
              1. alexmach 12 May 2020 12: 11 New
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                And you say that you had to give up and fulfill all the requirements.
                Then to get new ones.

                So, in any case, they had to be carried out, the final reduction of which was agreed upon, and so many times more than what was offered at the very beginning. And it may still be necessary to reduce production or “voluntarily” extend the restrictions longer than agreed.
                After all, in today's world. like in the gateway. Weak and compliant kick. And the money is taken.

                Yeah .. that's just the other way, it doesn’t really work. On one "character" and arrogance you will not become strong in any way.
      2. Doccor18 12 May 2020 13: 11 New
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        "Throwing shit" is your comment.
        Today, markets for the electricity that the Belarusian NPP will generate (about 18 billion kWh) are not clear. Neighboring Lithuania is actively boycotting our nuclear power plant and is not going to buy energy since 2020. Ukraine has its own capacities at hydroelectric power stations and nuclear power plants. Poland is connected to a single European energy market and also has significant coal reserves. The general scheme for the placement of electric power facilities of the Russian Federation until 2035 under any of the scenarios does not imply an increase in imports from the countries of the Eurasian Union. Over the entire planning horizon, electricity imports from Belarus are projected at zero. Of the potential partners, only Latvia remains. However, this country may disconnect from the BRELL energy ring with Russia and Belarus in the 2020s. In general, while it is possible to estimate all the costs of building and maintaining a nuclear power plant in good condition, paying a loan, and also disposing of toxic waste in the amount of USD 15-17 billion in equivalent. In a pessimistic scenario, total costs may still increase.
        Belarus is building a nuclear power plant in the Ostrovets district on credit resources from Russia. First, up to 90% of the cost of the construction of nuclear power plants is covered by a loan from the Russian government in the amount of up to 10 billion USD. Secondly, another 500 million USD (5% of costs) is a loan from Vnesheconombank (VEB), which is controlled by the Russian authorities.
        Ps. I am glad for the brothers of Belarus that they will have their own nuclear power and electricity in the required quantity, but the commercial prospects of this project are vague.
        1. abrakadabre 13 May 2020 07: 49 New
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          Neighboring Lithuania is actively boycotting our nuclear power plant and is not going to buy energy since 2020. Ukraine has its own capacities at hydroelectric power stations and nuclear power plants.
          The Baltic states and Ukraine are actively boycotting Russian gas. In words. But in reality they buy it. Only at resellers and more expensive than directly. In the case of electricity it will be the same.
          Ps. I'm glad for the brothers of Belarusians that they will have their own NPP Nuclear power and electricity are needed, but the commercial prospects for this project are vague.
          The prospects are quite normal. It is much closer to supply energy to the European part of Russia from Belarus than from Siberian hydroelectric power stations. Which means more efficient. Some transmission losses are worth it. The released capacities of Siberian hydroelectric power stations will be thrown to their own region and for export. I think China will buy. They are relatively close there. Mongolia even more so.
    2. venik 12 May 2020 09: 09 New
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      Quote: Doccor18
      True, the construction of a nuclear power plant is very expensive. And when it is beaten off, one dewdrop is known.

      ==========
      Why is it unknown? Payback BelAES - a little less than 19 years. The design life is 60 years.
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  • Dmitry from Voronezh 12 May 2020 07: 08 New
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    The dog barks, and the caravan goes on. Lithuania closed its nuclear power plant to please the European Union, now they are angry and quietly envious of Belarus.
  • Svetlana 12 May 2020 07: 09 New
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    Well, Europe does not refuse nuclear energy. Refuses only Germany. And with the advent of the new chancellor, this care will certainly be revised.
  • Valery Valery 12 May 2020 07: 13 New
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    The Ministry of Health is planning to distribute about 4 million tablets of potassium iodide throughout the country, "which will help protect the thyroid gland from radiation." It is noted that deliveries to Lithuania have already begun.

    Another way to "cut" the budget.
    1. Svetlana 12 May 2020 07: 29 New
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      Hardly .. "Going" and will remain in the "gathering." Statements of this kind are rarely put into practice. And in this case, politicians will crackle, crackle and calm down. "The dog barks and the caravan goes."
    2. svp67 12 May 2020 08: 13 New
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      Quote: Valery Valery
      Another way to "cut" the budget.

      More than ... since the release of radioactive iodine can occur only in the event of an accident, with the destruction of the fuel rods, but an overdose of iodine, with the inept use of these pills, you can earn, but this is far from good
      1. tihonmarine 12 May 2020 09: 42 New
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        Quote: svp67
        but an overdose of iodine, with inept use of these pills can be earned, but this is also far from good

        I always say lemons, dry red wine and alcohol, they break down radionuclides and neutralize potassium iodide. (and pleasant to use).
        1. dvina71 12 May 2020 10: 57 New
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          I always say lemons, dry red wine and alcohol, break down radionuclides and neutralize potassium iodide

          Do not split. For radioactive materials, there is only one decomposition parameter, half-life, which links the strength of the radiation to a change in material.
          Alcohol protects the bone marrow from degradation when exposed to radiation .. simply causing oxygen hunger. Thereby reducing the likelihood of oxidation of the brain.
          If you are exposed to strong neutron radiation .. then nothing will help ..
          1. tihonmarine 12 May 2020 11: 55 New
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            Quote: dvina71
            If you are exposed to strong neutron radiation .. then nothing will help ..

            No, the New Earth was tolerant. But the lemon-wine-vodka formula was respected.
            1. dvina71 12 May 2020 20: 22 New
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              Quote: tihonmarine
              No, the New Earth was tolerant.

              Where did you find strong neutron radiation there? Have you lit a cigarette from the nucleus of a nuclear explosion?
          2. Tochilka 12 May 2020 12: 11 New
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            In class, our colonel told us that it’s for the body to drink nuclides, you need to drink a lot of ordinary water. About alcohol, he spoke very disapprovingly and called it stupidity.
            1. tihonmarine 13 May 2020 08: 20 New
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              Quote: Tochilka
              About alcohol, he spoke very disapprovingly and called it stupidity.

              About bread moonshine also spoke disapprovingly, but it is better than vodka. But you buy it for three rubles in the store, and do not expel it for 30 cents. That’s the point of disapproval.
          3. abrakadabre 13 May 2020 07: 56 New
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            For radioactive materials, there is only one decomposition parameter, half-life, which links the strength of the radiation to a change in material.
            In fairness, not one. Even radionuclides can be broken by irradiating in accelerators. Or in fusion reactions. But the result is usually even worse. Yes, and the significance of volumes can only be discussed in relation to the nuclei of stars.
    3. venik 12 May 2020 09: 37 New
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      going to distribute around 4 million potassium iodide tablets throughout the country

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      Not the most radical way! If they say that the guillotine is the most radical remedy for a headache, then in this case potassium is better for them, but not iodine, but cyanide - allows you to get rid of the "Belarusian nuclear threat" once and for all! lol
  • Andrei Nikolaevich 12 May 2020 07: 14 New
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    Poland and Lithuania ... One name is worth ... ()
  • unhappy 12 May 2020 07: 16 New
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    Let them give out poison for euthanasia, they heard the bad news - take it!
  • Same lech 12 May 2020 07: 27 New
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    The prospects for the Baltic states are not important in terms of providing energy resources ... they will forever go on the sidelines ... they thought of destroying the Ignalina NPP ... a stupid solution.
    1. KVU-NSVD 12 May 2020 08: 05 New
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      Quote: The same Lech
      The prospects for the Baltic states are not important in terms of providing energy resources ... they will forever go on the sidelines ... they thought of destroying the Ignalina NPP ... a stupid solution.

      High-tech industries in general, and nuclear power plants in particular, were sacrificed for EU accession, because competitors weren’t needed in old Europe, they needed markets for their production, and therefore they were ready to see the Baltic states as an agri-transshipment buffer (and military sense) on the border of Russia. In the Baltic elites, they understand all this and secretly, of course, are angry at this state of affairs. In the open, this translates into gnashing of teeth and noah in the form of protests for each occasion of the development of neighbors. So small children whine - supposedly Vasya can have a sweetie, but I don’t ...
      1. tihonmarine 12 May 2020 09: 33 New
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        Quote: KVU-NSVD
        In the open, this translates into gnashing of teeth and noah in the form of protests for each occasion of the development of neighbors. So small children whine - supposedly Vasya can have a sweetie and I don’t ..

        Yes, nobody grinds his teeth, just everyone gets handouts from the EU and not bad. Why plants and new technologies, someone needs to work for them. And to invite state workers? so why do they need these plants. And the environment is cleaner, the cities are well-groomed, the roads are good. What else does the country need a limitroph.
        1. KVU-NSVD 12 May 2020 09: 43 New
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          Quote: tihonmarine
          Yes, nobody grinds his teeth, just everyone gets handouts from the EU and not bad. Why plants and new technologies, someone needs to work for them. And to invite state workers? so why do they need these plants. And the environment is cleaner, the cities are well-groomed, the roads are good. What else does the country need a limitroph.

          And that is true. But not all the same there are short-sighted ones - alms - such a thing - they scatter the saddle, curse tomorrow. So they understand everything there, only
          the options are already dumb.
    2. Kathernik 12 May 2020 21: 46 New
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      - We are so used to all kinds of “virtual” launches and launches that now we have to specifically write about “physical” launches!
  • Ravil_Asnafovich 12 May 2020 07: 29 New
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    So, I want to raise my right hand to wave, and say yes ...
  • prior 12 May 2020 07: 32 New
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    When Belarus surpasses the leading European countries in economic development, then maybe it will abandon nuclear energy.
    In the meantime, labi is your business to swallow iodine.
  • Finn 12 May 2020 07: 44 New
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    The service staff (tribalt) cannot have nuclear power plants. They are serfs. They work on the ground, in cabs and trucks, etc. that's a shame for them.
    1. tihonmarine 12 May 2020 08: 24 New
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      Quote: Finn
      The service staff (tribalt) cannot have nuclear power plants. They are serfs. They work on the ground, in cabs and trucks, etc. that's a shame for them.

      I didn’t want to touch on an unpleasant topic, but force Finn (sorry). I have been living in the Baltic States for many years, I work in an office where hiring guest workers from Ukraine and Belarus, there are also Moldovans, Kyrgyz, Uzbeks and even a few people from Kazan. But this is all in the field of construction and servants. And now there are many farm laborers. And the Balts work in the EU countries and receive the same salary. The son of my friends after TPI works for Large Hadron Collider, LHC in Switzerland, and now she is a doctor of sciences, the daughter of her classmate's wife in London in a nanotechnology company. So it is necessary to speak about the "service staff" in a balanced manner, and not with a tongue to grind that without getting into it.
      1. Aleks2048 12 May 2020 09: 08 New
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        I would like to see statistics in your performance
        not tongue grind

        about personal experience. Everyone is familiar with both positive and negative stories.
        1. tihonmarine 12 May 2020 09: 28 New
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          Quote: Alex2048
          about personal experience. Everyone is familiar with both positive and negative stories.

          Yes, what kind of statistics can there be. Our people work in the West (everyone has an EU passport, or a residence permit), and in the Baltic states guest workers are independent. And everyone is happy.
          1. IS-80_RVGK2 12 May 2020 10: 49 New
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            The cycle of migrant workers in nature. In general, the Balts will eventually move to Western Europe, since there are not so many of them and the demographic situation allows. UzbekMoldavan to the Baltic states. Great Migration. As a result, the Baltic fascists will disappear in a natural way, they will be replaced by the descendants of the knights in tiger skins and other fat frumos.
          2. Finn 12 May 2020 13: 35 New
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            The President of Estonia said that there will be no increase in salaries, say thank you that Finland is nearby. You can go and earn money. At the moment, 25 people are only builders according to statistics only from Estonia. How many in Germany no one counted. This is not bad, any work is honorable. Britons generally do not work on earth, only visitors.
    2. Vitauts 12 May 2020 13: 24 New
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      boy - Russia lags behind Estonia in all areas related to human well-being and national development. smile
      1. seagull 12 May 2020 14: 57 New
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        C'mon .... You can’t say something about Tallinn and its environs))) ... How is Muuga still moving?
      2. Finn 12 May 2020 16: 31 New
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        Quote: Vitauts
        boy - Russia lags behind Estonia in all areas related to human well-being and national development. smile

        Was there a boy? Well, yes, Russia lags behind Estonia. They don’t have enough of their own construction sites as Estonia does to work. In this, yes, behind. Even in space, aircraft construction, the list will be long. Estonia is the first grain seller in the world. I forgot. When in Finland I was called a thief, confusing me with an Estonian, then they apologized after learning that Russian.
  • usr01 12 May 2020 07: 47 New
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    Oh! They’re not buying the pills .... Not iodide, but potassium cyanide is needed ... lol
    1. Same lech 12 May 2020 07: 50 New
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      smile Each Estonian SS man has one tablet ... how humane it is.
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        Quote: The same Lech
        Each Estonian SS man has one tablet ... how humane it is.

        Yes, how many are left. If the veterans who served in the Red Army are only 164 people, this is from 8 rifle corps, and who lives after the war, then out of 20 SS divisions it seems no more than 30 people. So you can do without pills. Time veteran of all sides of WWII ends. And the living need to think about the world.
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          - And the children and their work lives .....
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            Quote: Katernik

            - And the children and their work lives on.

            Maybe he lives if you watch TV, where they told how a student injured a 60-year-old teacher in Ulyanovsk, and how their classmates shoot children in schools.
  • Viktor Sergeev 12 May 2020 07: 53 New
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    The presence of a nuclear power plant in Ukraine is in a mode: it will explode or not, who knows, it does not bother the Poles and Lithuanians, and the newest NPP worries. Let them buy psychiatrists. Although iodine tablets can be well cooked, like masked, you just need to create more excitement and panic.
    1. Same lech 12 May 2020 07: 59 New
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      Part of the business is also based on this incentive ... I remember how motorists scared us with fines for first-aid kits and night vests ... their sales grew to the skies ... this is a crook.
      1. Viktor Sergeev 12 May 2020 08: 00 New
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        The main thing in such a business is first to scare, then sell and quickly forget.
  • tihonmarine 12 May 2020 08: 08 New
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    About fifty km from it to Vilnius. VVER-1200 reactors will provide power generation.
    It is interesting how many kilometers to the NATO bases of Poland and Lithuania to Belarus. Lithuanians distribute potassium iodide to the people, it turns out that Belarus should distribute “Kalashnikov” to its people to protect it from aggressors.
  • svp67 12 May 2020 08: 10 New
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    With reference to representatives of the Lithuanian government, it was announced that the Lithuanian Ministry of Health is going to distribute about 4 million tablets of potassium iodide throughout the country, "which will help protect the thyroid gland from radiation." It is noted that deliveries to Lithuania have already begun.
    It’s a pity that these “miracle pills” will not help “turn on” the brain of the leadership of the Ministry of Health of Lithuania and many of their politicians ...
  • Mountain shooter 12 May 2020 08: 24 New
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    This is necessary so that the nuclear power plant "rushed" to the full, like Fukushima, in order to need iodine to protect the thyroid gland.
    During normal operation of the NPP there is “cleaner” than in the center of Vilnius, as the author correctly said ...
  • Pavel73 12 May 2020 08: 24 New
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    There are normal Poles. There are normal balts. But apparently, they are only an exception, confirming the rule. If most of the Poles and Balts were normal, they would never have been ruled by those like now.
  • mikh-korsakov 12 May 2020 08: 50 New
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    Expressed concern, but as much as you like! I wonder if science knows pills for stupidity. Iodine stockpiled, iodine does not get off, panov. Stock up on coffins. One unpleasant, rotting garbage is famous for its smell.
  • Alexander X 12 May 2020 09: 12 New
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    It’s better to distribute pills for stupidity among their governments
  • rotmistr60 12 May 2020 09: 19 New
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    we distribute iodine tablets to residents of areas bordering Belarus
    That's not clear - they want to scare the EU through the distribution of pills and push them to the sanctions that Ursula has already stuttered about? Do not wash, so ride. Well, as it should be where the name of the country sounds, Russia (builds) there are naturally Poles with their claims.
  • Incvizitor 12 May 2020 09: 19 New
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    Better to take pills with iodine, otherwise they have its obvious deficiency in the body.
  • Igor Pa 12 May 2020 09: 36 New
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    Balts Belarusians love, they infuriate only that Russia is building a station. If only the mattresses were then glee would drown out the background of radiation.
  • aszzz888 12 May 2020 09: 38 New
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    With reference to representatives of the Government of Lithuania, it was announced that the Lithuanian Ministry of Health is going to distribute throughout the country about 4 million tablets of potassium iodide, "Which will help protect the thyroid gland from radiation." It is noted that deliveries to Lithuania have already begun.
    Not enough laughing , ... Buzz and die down. bully
  • Ros 56 12 May 2020 09: 40 New
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    Well, let them whine, they can’t do anything else. Remember the dog that barks, and the camels on the hell, they walk past themselves.
  • Shuttle 12 May 2020 10: 30 New
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    If a nuclear power plant starts operating in the Republic of Belarus, then the Republic of Belarus can easily become an exporter of inexpensive, high-quality and reliable electricity. Then the end to all left schemes for cutting state budgets of the European Union countries covered with a fig leaf of "green" energy. Therefore, there will be t.s. off-market opposition. Actually, as with Russian gas in Europe.
    But, as one could briefly formulate the basic law of dialectics, there is no silver lining. European merchants are not fools either, they can take and transfer their energy-intensive production closer to the source of electricity. Steelmaking, chemical for example.
  • Vitauts 12 May 2020 10: 59 New
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    if a nuclear power plant was built in Narva in Estonia, just a few ten kilometers from St. Petersburg, I think the comments would be different
  • Artunis 12 May 2020 11: 18 New
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    [quotethat the Lithuanian Ministry of Health is going to distribute about 4 million tablets of potassium iodide throughout the country,] [/ quote]
    It is necessary to add a cyanide tablet, excluding of course Russian-speaking ones - are unworthy.
  • Kunica 12 May 2020 11: 37 New
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    Let's sell them lead masks and underpants.
    1. Cowbra 12 May 2020 12: 09 New
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      We'll have to do them lace - tseevropa
      1. Kunica 12 May 2020 19: 11 New
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        Definitely. Metal needs to be saved, so that only thong.
    2. Arthur 85 13 May 2020 15: 50 New
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      Fixed ...
  • Vasyan1971 12 May 2020 11: 46 New
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    Lithuanian Ministry of Health intends to distribute around 4 million potassium iodide tablets “that will help protect the thyroid gland from the effects of radiation”. It is noted that deliveries to Lithuania have already begun.

    Who is the distributor and manufacturer? Who benefits from this hysteria?
  • Cowbra 12 May 2020 12: 08 New
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    First go emergency and run out of life NPPs of Ukraine, stop. And then kick the French, building with the hands of POLISH workers - the Finns of the Olkiluoto NPP)))
  • iouris 12 May 2020 13: 22 New
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    This is called "foreign interference in internal affairs." Lithuania and Poland have NATO bases, secret prisons and biological laboratories.
  • Sotskiy 12 May 2020 14: 08 New
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    At the same time, the Lithuanian authorities for some reason do not inform the population that the radiation background from the operation of nuclear power plants in the Republic of Belarus will be such (as at other nuclear power plants with similar reactors), which is even lower than in the center, for example, Vilnius.

    Therefore, they do not report that they are waiting for the launch of the power unit. They will launch it and report that the radiation background in Vilnius has been increased from the operation of nuclear power plants in the Republic of Belarus. fellow It’s not in vain that they stocked up with pills, but now they need to be sold at a speculative price. No, well, do we know that Europe is a priori, civilized values ​​and unworthy media and politicians, so we are probably trying to join the single family of European peoples, accepting and pulling all of their “values” onto Russian identity? lol
  • Finn 12 May 2020 16: 33 New
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    Quote: usr01
    Oh! They’re not buying the pills .... Not iodide, but potassium cyanide is needed ... lol

    Haloperidol I think the most.
  • Chever 12 May 2020 16: 49 New
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    We must be vigilant and respond when there is a threat to the health of our citizens. First of all, we will distribute tablets containing iodine to residents of areas bordering Belarus

    Well then, it was necessary to constantly give out these drugs, because from space many times more radiation comes ... Quite paranoid already moved. This is not even funny fool
    1. Arthur 85 13 May 2020 15: 48 New
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      Let the foil hat be worn better. It helps 100 pounds.
  • Ryaruav 12 May 2020 18: 00 New
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    Poles and Balts are sick all over, and it’s not possible to cure
  • Ermak 12 May 2020 20: 38 New
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    Umm .. 4 million pills .. The population of Lithuania is 2,8 million. One and a half tablets per person .. Is that enough, they think? ))))) This is more like a PR campaign than a real deal! Yes, this is it - PR campaign! )))
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    Yes, they are afraid of their own citizens, but what's the use of it? And who after this will say that this is not propaganda but freedom of speech? Hopes that BelaPP will not be launched are about the same as that of Ukrainians for the return of Crimea.
    And Lithuanians have free advice. Drive for 100 kilometers from this plant, and preferably 200. laughing
  • shonsu 13 May 2020 14: 12 New
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    Wow! The word "ho hl ov" has become an abusive word! And it was automatically corrected to "Ukrainians"! A corrected bulbache?
    No... no
    This is discrimination !!!
    You also have this abusive smiley fool
  • Arthur 85 13 May 2020 15: 47 New
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    Iodine is useful. They say that if there is little iodine in the soil, fools are born. Here, in Galicia, there is little iodine, and in Europe, it seems, has weathered.
  • APASUS 13 May 2020 16: 53 New
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    In my opinion, is this a direct intervention of the two countries in the internal affairs of Belarus? Let Poland and Lithuania, even though they heat the stove with dung, this is their sovereign affair. And the Belarusians are great, Poles and Lithuanians will come for energy