After the last week’s talks in Brussels on the expansion of nuclear power plant Paks, The Chief of the Cabinet of the Hungarian Government Janos Lazar said that Hungary and the European Commission have moved closer to resolve competition concerns over the planned expansion.
Lazar said that the Government will work until the summer break to wind up procedures related to the expansion of NPP Paks with the EU competition commissioner Margrethe Vestager, adding that he hopes that the solution that is reassuring for both sides will be found soon. Lazar added that Hungarian side will come up with the proposal next week.
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Tags: EC, electricity, Hungary, NPP, nuclear, Paks