Paint for Greenpeace

TOPSHOTS A Greenpeace activist has a nuclear danger sign paint in his face during a protest against the Hungarian government's energy policy at the banks of the Danube River on the opposite side of the Hungarian parliament building on April 3, 2014 in Budapest. The oil and gas dependence of Hungary at present is almost 80 per cent, and after signing the Paks treaty, the dependence of the country's electric energy production may also reach 80 per cent by 2030. Hungary signed a cooperation agreement with Russian President Vladimir Putin to build two new blocks of Hungarian nuclear power plant in Paks town.

( ATTILA KISBENEDEK / AFP/Getty Images / April 3, 2014 )

TOPSHOTS A Greenpeace activist has a nuclear danger sign paint in his face during a protest against the Hungarian government's energy policy at the banks of the Danube River on the opposite side of the Hungarian parliament building on April 3, 2014 in Budapest. The oil and gas dependence of Hungary at present is almost 80 per cent, and after signing the Paks treaty, the dependence of the country's electric energy production may also reach 80 per cent by 2030. Hungary signed a cooperation agreement with Russian President Vladimir Putin to build two new blocks of Hungarian nuclear power plant in Paks town.

  • Email E-mail
  • add to Twitter Twitter
  • add to Facebook Facebook