Fiercely anti-nuclear Austria denounced the decision and threatened to take the case to the European Court of Justice in Strasbourg."Austria can't accept that the European Commission considers that subsidising the construction of nuclear power plants is harmless," said Vice Chancellor Reinhold Mitterlehner, who also serves as economy minister.
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Therefore (and I think she will agree), I’m highly qualified as a Hungarian Piss-er Off-er. This “Magyar moonshine” is usually made from stone fruits and, while packing a punch, has a smooth fruity finish that warms your insides.
Just about everyone makes it or knows someone who does, each distiller lauding the quality of his batch.
Construction of the two 1,200 megawatt reactors at the Paks plant outside Budapest is considered a strategic project by Prime Minister Viktor Orban, a close ally of Russia's.
EU authorities were under pressure to take a close look at the deal amid fears the Kremlin was using it to meddle further with the bloc's sensitive energy sector.