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On 22 December 1992, Belarus announced its intention to build nuclear power plants and started a program to examine 15 possible sites.It was foreseen that the first unit of 500-600 MW would be commissioned by 2005, and additional units with a combined capacity of 1,000 MW by 20.
Yelena Mironova is the Head of the project management service.The reactors would each have had a power rating of 900 MW net and 940 MW gross capacity.The nuclear initiative was revitalized after Belarus gained independence from the Soviet Union.Both on March and April 2013 journalists where not permitted to visit the construction site.On March 2013 Radio Svaboda’s correspondent Mikhail Karnevich received official permission to make a report about the construction of the station.In December 2009 European ECO Forum Legal Focal Points submitted a complaint to the Compliance Committee of the Aarhus Convention challenging legality of NPP construction due to violation of public participation rights provided by the Aarhus Convention.
On June 2012 the construction of the foundation pit for the nuclear power plant started near the small village of Shulniki in the Astravets district, Hrodna region, some 16 km (10 mi) from the Lithuanian border.
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The location of the construction site was defined in early 2009.
The nuclear power plant will be built at the Astravets (Ostrovets) site in Hrodna Voblast, 45 kilometres (28 mi) from Vilnius, Lithuania.
But when he came to Astravets, he found out that he would not be able to visit the construction site.