MPs from SNS submit a proposal for lifting a ban on nuclear plants in Serbia

MP of the ruling Serbian Progressive Party (SNS), Zoran Dragisic, on Wednesday submitted to the Serbian Parliament a draft law on the termination of the Law banning the construction of nuclear power plants in the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (FRY).

The proposal to lift the ban on the construction of nuclear power plants in Serbia comes only a day after Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic visits France where one of the topics discussed was cooperation in the field of energy, i.e. nuclear energy in particular.

Dragisic explained that this law, which Serbia inherited from the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (SFRY), and then also from the FRY, ties Serbia’s hands regarding the development of nuclear energy, which is currently a major trend in the energy sector, Danas reported.

“All developed countries are developing nuclear capacities. This law prevents us from even having a debate on nuclear energy,” said Dragisic, adding that his position is that nuclear power plants should be built, but that the abolition of this law will primarily enable a debate on this topic.

(, 10.04.2024)

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