The Baltic States decided to abandon their Russian power supply
The Baltic States decided to disconnect from the BRELL power supply system, which connects Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia with Belarus and Russia until 2025, Delfi reported, referencing JSC Latvenergo Chairman Aris Zhigurs.
According to Zhigurs, separation from the power supply mains of the former USSR states will affect the cost to consumers but to what extent depends on the ability to attract European volume and financing. Zhigurs also said that a decision was made to synchronize the Baltic States’ power supply systems into a European network.
The Baltic States have recently considered that the establishment of positive relations between Russia and NATO is highly unlikely.