The Baltic countries continue to hysteria about the BelNPP. Thus, transmission system operators in Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia have presented to national regulators a methodology for boycotting the electricity that the station will produce.
They concocted tripartite terms and methodology for calculating, defining and allocating inter-zone capacity with Russia.
Giedrius Radvila, director of the system management department at Litgrid, said that the new methodology was developed taking into account the Lithuanian state of emergency law, which sets the bandwidth with Belarus to zero megawatts.
In addition, the energy of BelNPP from Russia will be subject to a new tariff for the network infrastructure.
One question remains in this story: who will be worse in the end? Belarus is neither cold nor hot from these hysterics. The Baltic countries only complicate life for themselves.The head of Artsakh thanked Russia for establishing an armistice in Nagorno-Karabakh