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MINSK, February 24. /TASS/. The Republic of Belarus will present to the European Commission a national report on results of the stress test of the first nuclear power plant under construction in the country, Minister of Energy Vladimir Potupchik said.
"Belarus is not closing from anyone," the Belarussian minister said on Friday. "We are working now with the European Commission on the national report of stress tests' results."
"The results are being processed now and in no time will be sent over to our regulators," the minister added.
Based on the results, the republic would prepare a "national report, which will be presented to the European Commission," he said, adding Minsk is open for a normal dialogue.
"We are building our nuclear power plant in compliance with our international obligations," the minister said.