BERLIN, March 14 Germany's decision to suspend
an agreement prolonging the life of its nuclear power stations
will require talks with service providers but no changes to
laws, Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Monday.
Merkel also told a news conference that nuclear plants which
had been scheduled to close in the next three months before the
extension deal was struck last year would now be shut down after
Germany's 17 nuclear power stations are operated by E.ON
(EONGn.DE), RWE (RWEG.DE), EnBW (EBKG.DE) and Vattenfall
Merkel added that she was not worried about Germany's
electricity supply as the country was a net exporter of energy.