Tusk and Nečas form "common-sense front" on nuclear power

The prime ministers Donald Tusk and Petr Necas told reporters on Friday that that they want to promote the view that energy security in Europe cannot be based only on renewable resources and that they support the use of nuclear energy. The two leaders said they want to be a counterbalance to countries like Germany, which plans to stop using nuclear energy, and Austria which has already rejected such plants, and form a "common-sense front". They also discussed bilateral relations and possible cooperation in energy, including nuclear power plants.