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International

Sweden Reacts to German Critism over Nuclear Power Safety

Published tisdag 21 juli 2009 kl 16.41

The Swedish minister of industry, Maud Olofsson, says she understands the sharp criticism by the German chancellor of the Swedish-state owned power company Vattenfall for the lack of safety measures at nuclear power plants in Germany.

Speaking with Radio Sweden, the minister adds that she has demanded a detailed report from the company about its activities in Germany and in Sweden as well where other security problems have arisen.

The minister maintains that she has communicated to the German government Sweden's firm intention to underline the importance of nuclear power safety and demands on Vattenfall as state company to maintain its dedication to safety and to the creation of a future European energy policy concerned with the environment.

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