The cooling towers of the Astravets nuclear power station loom over the town. Photo by Vasily Fedosenko/Global Media/Reuters.
Facing the loss of pipeline transit fees and potential customers for nuclear-generated power, the Belarusian energy sector faces challenging times.

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