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English22/07/2019

DECISION ON DISPOSING OF NUCLEAR WASTE AT BORDER WITH BOSNIA NOT MADE

 

ZAGREB, July 22 /SRNA/ - Authorities in Croatia have not decided to dispose of low- and medium-level radioactive waste at Trgovska Gora near the border with Bosnia and Herzegovina.

 

"According to conclusions from the 12th session of the Interstate Commission in charge of monitoring implementation of the Agreement between the Government of the Republic of Croatia and the Government of the Republic of Slovenia on the Regulation of Status and Other Legal Relations Regarding the Investment, Use and Dismantling of Nuclear Power Plant Krško, the Coordination Committee will notify heads of the Croatian and Slovenian delegations to the Interstate Commission if they have found a possible solution related to the common disposal of low- and medium-level radioactive waste,” reports the Croatian Ministry of Environmental Protection and Energy.

The Ministry points out that the next meeting of the Coordination Committee is planned for August 2019 and a session of the Interstate Commission, which will be hosted by the Slovenian side, for September 2019, and adds that the public will be timely informed about any further activities.

For the past two years, Croatia has been considering building a nuclear waste disposal site at the border with BiH and the Croatian media have reported that a definitive decision in favour of the project was made, but the latter has been denied by the information supplied by the Ministry of Environmental Protection and Energy. /end/dš