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Russian state-owned energy company Rosatom is yet to give up on the construction of the Belene nuclear power plant project in Bulgaria reports Novinite.
Bulgaria's Parliament confirmed Wednesday the country's decision to abandon the project.
The vote was prompted by a recent referendum on the construction of a new nuclear power plant in the country.
Under the law, the recent referendum results imposed for the Belene NPP to be put back on the Parliament's agenda, as voter turnout slightly exceeded 20%. 61% of the voters said "yes" to the construction of a new nuclear power plant; 39% cast a "no" ballot.
Rosatom spokesman Sergey Novikov has told the Bulgarian National Radio that Wednesday's vote was "no surprise."
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