The Czech government has announced that it will exclude the Chinese state-owned company Chinese General Nuclear Power Group (CGN) from the tender for the construction of a new reactor at the Dukovany nuclear power plant. According to media reports, the background to the decision is safety concerns about the impact of Chinese involvement. According to the report, the move was approved by the parties in the minority government between ANO and ČSSD and the center-right opposition. The decision was announced just over a week before a virtual summit of Central and Eastern European states and China (17+1 format).
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