Poland would probably not participate in predicted 4 countries building of nuclear power in Lithuania.
Polish Economy Minister Piotr Wozniak said recently that Poland will Friday not sign any declaration concerning the nuclear power plant due to concerns about the terms of its participation in the project. Lithuania is planned to have a 34% stake in the power plant, while the remaining three participants would have 22% stakes each.
Latvian Prime Minister Aigars Kalvitis said Friday that Latvia is also concerned about the level of its stake in the project, but that this is not the fundamental issue.
"It is more important what share the participating sides will have in the plants' production capacities and what will be their influence on managing of the plant," Kalvitis said. "There are no other obstacles for realization of this project."
Lithuanian Prime Minister Gediminas Kirkilas said that the stakes in the project are an the important issue for Poland.
"They raised the issue," Kirkilas said.
The PMs from Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia declared that they want to complete talks on the project by fall 2007.