Share Tweet Pocket Add to Bookmarks
You're reading: Protests urge ‘no’ vote in Lithuanian nuke ballot
Popular
on social media

Activists from Greenpeace led Wednesday’s demonstration,
hanging a large banner on a bridge spanning the Neris River in downtown
Vilnius, the Baltic nation’s capital.

Lithuania is holding a nonbinding referendum on Sunday to gauge the level of popular support for a new nuclear facility.

Supporters say a new plant will ensure energy independence from neighboring Russia,
while critics say the project is far too expensive and uses unproven
technology. The plant would be built by Japan’s Hitachi consortium.

Exclusive article

Sign up or subscribe to view more articles. Try Kyiv Post for just 99¢ for the first month!
See All Plans
$5.95
Monthly plan
Get unlimited article access, anytime, anywhere.

Subscribe
$60
Yearly plan
Access all the exclusive content on KyivPost.com and the complete online archive.
Subscribe
Advertisement

Add comment

Sorry, you must be logged in to post a comment.
More in this section
Attention

Add a picture
Choose file
Add a quote
Attention

Are you sure you want to delete your comment?

Attention

Are you sure you want to delete all user's comments?

Attention

Are you sure you want to unapprove user's comment?

Attention

Are you sure you want to move to spam user's comment?

Attention

Are you sure you want to move to trash user's comment?

Spelling error report

The following text will be sent to our editors: