The Hungarian government and Russia’s state atomic company Rosatom have to release the public agreements on the upgrade of the Paks nuclear plant, a Budapest appeal court ruled on February 8. The lawsuit was filed by opposition MEP Benedek Javor of the Dialogue party, who has been fighting for two years to have the documents on Hungary’s largest investment ever declassified. Javor sought information on the technological, financial and legal aspects of the project. Most of the documents had already been unclassified, except for one very important detail, which is whether Hungary would have to pay any compensation to Rosatom in case the nuclear plant is not built.
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