Balts suffer final defeat in the fight against BelAES


It seems that Lithuania is suffering a final defeat in the fight against BelAES. The already uneven scales are now outweighed by the mighty China, which has sided with Minsk. But is it worth blowing fanfare about this in Moscow?


Recall that Lithuania has a difficult history of relations with nuclear energy. Vilnius inherited its own Ignalina nuclear power plant from the "invaders." A small country, having received the "independence", could live well, using cheap electricity for its needs and selling its excess. But after joining the European Union, the fate of the Soviet nuclear power plant was a foregone conclusion.

Lobbyists of EU energy companies, who could not compete with cheap electricity, forced Lithuania to abandon its own nuclear power plant on the pretext of its alleged danger. The phrases ominously sounded "Chernobyl-type nuclear power plant." Ignalina NPP was closed, domestic electricity prices immediately began to rise. Alternatively, Lithuania was offered to build a new Fukushima-type station in American and Japanese technology. How “safe” they are, it became known much later.

The project of the Lithuanian nuclear power plant eventually quarreled Vilnius with all its neighbors. The "Sisters" delayed the process, and Poland even came up with the idea of ​​the need to build its own nuclear power plant. And here Minsk agreed with Rosatom about BelAES. Lithuanian authorities sharply greeted the project with hostility. Firstly, the nuclear power plant is being built just 50 kilometers from the country's capital Vilnius. Secondly, being put into operation, it completely kills the not-yet-built Lithuanian station of the “Fukushima type”.

Unable to convince the world community of the dangers of BelAES, Vilnius imposed a legislative ban on the purchase of electricity from Minsk. True, how Lithuanians will separate Belarusian electrons from Russian ones in networks is not entirely clear. And here China entered the game.

The Chinese state energy company Power China, represented by its North China Power Engineering (NCPE) division, will sell Belarusian electricity in the Baltic states. It is alleged that Beijing issued a $ 5 billion loan to Minsk under this case. Considering political weight and economic power of China, it is easy to guess that the Chinese will bend little Lithuania. But is it worth rejoicing at such an outcome of events in Russia?

The expansion of China into the post-Soviet space is clearly demonstrated. It turns out that for quite some time now, the Lithuanian Institute of Energy Networks, located in Kaunas, is completely controlled by Beijing, and only the Chinese are sitting on its board. The activity of China in the Belarusian direction is also alarming. It is widely known that loans issued by the Chinese often turn into natural debt traps, as a result of which the infrastructure of the “natives” often migrates into the hands of the Celestial Empire.

The “multi-vector nature” of Minsk’s policy can play a cruel joke with him, and in the end Moscow will have to rake all this.
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  1. Observer2014 Offline
    Observer2014 14 December 2019 10: 43
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    Balts suffer final defeat in the fight against BelAES

    Well, not smart. laughing Something from the Baltic states there is no river of immigrants to Belarus. And to Russia too. About Ukraine in general I am silent. How so ?! For years we have been “fighting” for ours in the Baltic states. And from there, no! Well, there are no emigrants from there. Maybe a few. There are statistics on obtaining citizenship from the Baltic states?
    1. Oyo Sarkazmi Offline
      Oyo Sarkazmi (Oyo Sarkazmi) 14 December 2019 16: 48
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      And where did the population go? After all, not only in Poland, pick apples. The same employees of the Ignalina NPP moved to Leningrad and Novovoronezh. Now the fashion for teaching children "remoteness" has rolled up - Lithuanian schoolchildren study online in St. Petersburg and Moscow schools.
    2. Cetron Offline
      Cetron (Peteris) 14 December 2019 20: 59
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      And you ask for the conditions for obtaining citizenship of Russia and Ireland, and compare. Ours from the Baltics go to the British Isles to work, no permits are required - a notification, after three or five years of living without claims from law enforcement agencies, you will receive citizenship if you wish. The standard of living cannot be compared with Russia. I rushed to my relatives to go to Russia: buy a visa, at the border of Shmon (border guards and customs really want money), upon arrival you need to register at the FSB, and this must go to another city, because the regional government is there, when leaving there, to withdraw from registration (and again everyone wants money). We got a visa, come and live. The main thing is to leave the country within the time period specified in the visa. It was required to extend the visa, the mother-in-law became ill, with the help from the doctor the local government did it in 10 minutes, added two weeks. So the question is: why do not go to Russia? Are you waiting for us? Are you glad to see us? Understand first what you want.
      1. A.Lex Offline
        A.Lex (Secret information) 16 December 2019 12: 15
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        Peters, I'll start with the last one:
        - visas INSIDE there is no Yesov conglomerate, to all the rest - there is still trouble (well, except for amers - there are no problems at all - for sure)
        - Shmon of citizens of the Russian Federation at the border control, in the Esovskoye it means - the same, for, the border is the border.
        - Regarding registration with the “federals”, are you a sailor who is a member of the crew of a non-military ship of a foreign state? Well then, you ONLY put a NOTE on the border control (and only here you interact with the FSB). Everything else is bullshit.
        - if there was a FACT of extortion of Bribe at the place of registration in the migration registration authority and you did NOT NOTIFY the authorities, then you are an accomplice to the crime under Art. 291 of the Criminal Code (regardless of citizenship).
        - Regarding the standard of living in Russia - not everything is the same everywhere. Even in one area, the standard of living of citizens varies. Even in one locality. And YOUR country in this does NOT differ from the Russian Federation.
        - “Yours from the Baltic part” of the conglomerate that they called the EU go to the British Isles to work ONLY until the British Isles are part of this entity (until the “Isles” separate) and BECAUSE you are part of all this misunderstanding.
        - citizenship? ... strange ... why do you need this? You yourself and so feel good TAM - leaving for the "British Isles" to work ... because. At home you have no work. But there is no work, because no one is going to develop YOU, you are a BUFFER between Russia and the West (the same is done from the former USSR). A buffer is made in case of war - military operations. And the places of military operations DO NOT DEVELOP - ECONOMICALLY NO SENSE! Why invest in places where EVERYTHING will be swept away in the first hours of hostilities? Therefore, you are just a territory for the rest of the West, and you do not want to understand this. But THEIR your understanding is not interested in principle. You are white Negroes for them ... like everyone who does not belong to them. Do you still live the illusions of being a hail on a hill? Well then, you are twofold stupid.
  2. Marzhecki Offline
    Marzhecki (Sergei) 14 December 2019 10: 54
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    Quote: Observer2014
    Well, there are no emigrants from there. Maybe a few. There are statistics on obtaining citizenship from the Baltic states?

    A rather strange leap from BelAES to immigrants, don’t you?
    1. commbatant Offline
      commbatant (Sergei) 14 December 2019 13: 41
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      Quote: Marzhetsky
      Quote: Observer2014
      Well, there are no emigrants from there. Maybe a few. There are statistics on obtaining citizenship from the Baltic states?

      A rather strange leap from BelAES to immigrants, don’t you?

      Apparently, this meant the absence of a large national business in the energy sector .... China just occupied the void ...
      It is always better to control infrastructure along the Great Silk Road ...
    2. Observer2014 Offline
      Observer2014 14 December 2019 14: 16
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      Quote: Marzhetsky
      Quote: Observer2014
      Well, there are no emigrants from there. Maybe a few. There are statistics on obtaining citizenship from the Baltic states?

      A rather strange leap from BelAES to immigrants, don’t you?

      I find it. But here you will not believe. So we are worried about BelAES. So we worry that we can’t eat quietly. laughing And the topic I touched on would be much more interesting to the Russian layman.
      1. A.Lex Offline
        A.Lex (Secret information) 16 December 2019 12: 28
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        Observer, where does the topic you touched on? Or are you the author of the article? Or do you have an exclusivity by which you spit on a topic, involving others in your reasoning? On the topic of the article is what? Or are you going to impose your liberalism here again?
    3. A.Lex Offline
      A.Lex (Secret information) 16 December 2019 12: 23
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      Sergey, and he’s generally strange ... He worries about the Russian economy, then about the "Baltic emigration" .... Moreover, having an image of the DPR flag on his avatar ... Only the Arkharovites are stranger.
  3. gorenina91 Offline
    gorenina91 (Irina) 14 December 2019 13: 18
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    The expansion of China into the post-Soviet space is clearly demonstrated. It turns out that for quite some time now, the Lithuanian Institute of Energy Networks, located in Kaunas, is completely controlled by Beijing, and only the Chinese are sitting on its board. The activity of China in the Belarusian direction is also alarming. It is widely known that loans issued by the Chinese often turn into natural debt traps, as a result of which the infrastructure of the “natives” often migrates into the hands of the Celestial Empire.

    The “multi-vector nature” of Minsk’s policy can play a cruel joke with him, and in the end Moscow will have to rake all this.

    - Yes, it will have to ... -But Russia itself has even more Chinese problems ... -But there is nobody to rake them today ... -Yes, and the next generation of Russians will get (these problems will increase exponentially). .. - their parents "made friends" with them ... their "friendship" with China ...
    - My advantages to the author ...
    1. commbatant Offline
      commbatant (Sergei) 14 December 2019 13: 36
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      Quote: gorenina91
      The “multi-vector nature” of Minsk’s policy can play a cruel joke with him, and in the end Moscow will have to rake all this.

      -Yes, I have to ...

      What a fright? I personally do not owe RB!
    2. A.Lex Offline
      A.Lex (Secret information) 16 December 2019 12: 33
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      Irochka, would you be a little self-organizing, or something ... And then your text in a "torn style" to read is a brain removal ... You already write somehow more adequately, otherwise you’ll “break off” without ending with one sentence or thought to the other ... Your flow is hard to follow ...
  4. Marzhecki Offline
    Marzhecki (Sergei) 14 December 2019 15: 54
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    Quote: commbatant
    Quote: gorenina91
    The “multi-vector nature” of Minsk’s policy can play a cruel joke with him, and in the end Moscow will have to rake all this.

    -Yes, I have to ...

    What a fright? I personally do not owe RB!

    Who will ask you.
    1. A.Lex Offline
      A.Lex (Secret information) 16 December 2019 12: 34
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      Sergey, they will ask ... When will a referendum be held on the formation of a new state. And he must be ...
  5. Warrior Offline
    Warrior 15 December 2019 00: 13
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    The Baltic states have long scattered across Europe, and instead of the Baltic states, Europe offers African refugees to live there - but they also do not want to live in such a hole.
    Without Russia, the Baltic barking jackals are still END.
    And only small Russian thieves and earned cultural intelligentsia flee from Russia to the Baltic states, and large Russian Thieves flee to London or to the same Europe.