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The Lithuanian energy minister said his country needs a nuclear power plant to reduce its dependence on Russia, secure economic development and employment, and reduce its greenhouse gas emissions.

“If you depend on imports, it is not safe,” Arvydas Sekmokas said in an interview Tuesday after Lithuania decided to order a nuclear power plant from Hitachi Ltd.

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