Gov't Officials Responsible for Damage Following NEK's Power Cut to Croatia

Ljubljana, 31 March - A parliamentary commission adopted a report which states that the trade with power caused Slovenia economic damage of over SIT 14bn (EUR 60m) and several government officials were responsible for the situation. The commission investigated the responsibility of Slovenian politicians and managers in trading with electricity after the Krsko nuclear power plant (NEK) stopped supplying Croatia with power in July 1998.

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