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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in the territories of municipalities, in individual regions of Central Lithuania, in the vicinity of Vilnius, al?ininkai, Ignalina and Sakiai.
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A license for the construction and operation of a very low-level radioactive waste disposal facility near the Ignalina nuclear power plant has been issued by the Lithuanian nuclear regulator.
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Members of the European Parliament's Committee on Energy (ITRE) recommend that Lithuanian authorities be given more flexibility on decommissioning the Ignalina nuclear power plant.
safety and retraining of staff).EU aid under the current long-run budget (2007-2013), is estimated at E2.85 billion, of which E1.367 billion is earmarked for Ignalina (Lithuania), E613 million for Bohunice (Slovakia) and E868 million for Kozloduy (Bulgaria).
Lithuania is to get EUR 400 million euros for its Ignalina nuclear plant, up from 210 million in an earlier proposal, while Slovakia will get 200 million for Bohunice, up from 105 million.
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the nuclear power plants Kozloduy, Ignalina and Bohunice.