International consultations on Paks begin today
Eleven countries are expected to participate in international consultations being launched by Hungary on the environmental impact of the upgrade of its sole nuclear power plant in Paks, Attila Aszódi, the government commissioner for the project said on state-owned all news channel M1.
The consultations start today in Croatia, and will continue in Austria, Romania, Slovenia, Ukraine and Germany, the commissioner said. Aszódi said earlier that the consultations will be similar to forums with local residents affected by the upgrade.
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