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KIEV, January 25, 21:02 /ITAR-TASS/. All nuclear power plants in Ukraine have tightened security in connection with mass protests and riots in Kiev and other regions of the country.
“Our country has the full energy production cycle by international standards. Security has been tightened at all nuclear power plants (15 units),” Energy and Coal Industry Minister Eduard Stavitsky said on Saturday, January 25.
He said that protesters had entered the building of the Energy Ministry earlier in the day. “I convinced them to leave and they did,” the minister said.