Ignalina


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Ignalina

 

a city (since 1950), the administrative center of Ignalina Raion, Lithuanian SSR, situated among lakes. It has a railroad station 101 km northeast of Vilnius. Ignalina has a creamery. To the west are such lakes as Lusiai, Dringiai, and Asalnai; on the shore of Lake Lusiai is the settlement Paluse, which is a tourist center.

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THE EUROPEAN Commission has called for a series of reforms to nuclear radiation safety and environmental checks at and around Lithuania's Ignalina nuclear power plant.
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DS&S won $82 million worth of new business in 1999 with customers as diverse as Condor, the German charter airline, and the Ignalina nuclear power station in Lithuania.
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The money will be used for closing down the old nuclear reactors in Slovakia's Bohunice, Lithuania's Ignalina and Bulgaria's Kozloduy NPP, the German paper Handelsblatt reported.
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This system was reasonable as the Ignalina Nuclear Power Plant (INPP) that operated at that time was able to satisfy the market needs of all Lithuania and it was the cheapest electricity source.