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Unit 2 at Belarusian nuclear station connected to power supply

The Belarusian-2 nuclear power plant under construction near the border with Lithuania has been connected to the power supply, a step which will allow the full commissioning process to begin.

Russia’s state nuclear corporation Rosatom said the power supply is for the plant’s own needs and connection is being carried out in stages.

Rosatom said a properly planned programme of step-by-step voltage supply to various plant will make it possible to ensure the unit is ready for key commissioning stages scheduled for the end of this year.

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