Ukraine, Moldova want to build hydro-power plants on Dniester

The appeal will be considered by the uropean Commission
16:26, 27 March 2017

Ukraine and Moldova will apply to the European Commission to analyze Ukraine’s plans on construction of new hydroelectric power plants on Dniester River within a month. This was announced by the Prime Minister of Moldova Pavel Filip after the meeting of the GUAM member states in Kyiv, reports Interfax-Ukraine.

“I think that a joint appeal to the European Commission will be worked out to receive help in analyzing of the consequences of construction of this water power plant on the Dniester River,” the Prime Minster said.

He also noted that during the meeting with Ukraine’s Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman they discussed the question of ecological system of the Dniester River in the context of intention to construct a water power plant.

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In his turn, Groysman said that the issue of ecological system is primary.

“We will conduct a necessary assessment and the first question is ecology. We have a very good dialogue,” Groysman said.

Earlier it was reported it is planned to lease land in Chernobyl zone for the solar power plants construction. The contest has already been announced by the Ministry.

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