Hungarian lawmakers have approved a controversial Russian-financed plan to construct two new reactors at the country's only nuclear plant.
Under the deal, Russia will lend Hungary up to 10bn euros (£8.3bn) to build the reactors in the city of Paks.
The government says the bill - which was passed by 256 to 29 votes - will reduce reliance on foreign sources.
But critics argue it will make Hungary fully dependent on Russia, which is already its main oil and gas supplier.
The European Union also expressed concern over the deal's lack of transparency and fair competition.