Kosarac: Prevent the Construction of a radioactive Waste Disposal Site at Trgovska Gora

The Minister of Foreign Trade and Economic Relations of Bosnia and Herzegovina (Bosnia and Herzegovina) Stasa Kosarac stated that Croatia was conducting activities to build radioactive and nuclear waste landfills in Trgovska gora in a non-transparent way and that it was important to prevent this Arguments because otherwise, as he said, it could have unimaginable consequences for the living world.

“The main goal is that our experts enter the territory of Croatia and work with Croatian experts on the necessary analysis and collection of arguments and facts,” Kosarac said after a meeting of the members of the coordination body for the management of radioactive waste and spent nuclear weapons Refuel at Trgovska gora with the chairman of the expert team, Emir Dizdarevic, and Zeljko Bogut from the legal team.

Kosarac stressed that they have no official information from Croatia about a possible landfill for radioactive and nuclear waste in Trgovska gora.

“The information we have received so far shows that Croatia is working on it and we do not want to have an inferior relationship. We want to be mobilized, ”said Kosarac.

He stressed that the obligation is to carry out this work with the same intensity as the Croatian side, which he said is not doing this process transparently.

“Bosnia and Herzegovina does not have any official information, which indicates that our experts, responsible bodies and teams do not have sufficient documentation. On the basis of this documentation, both Croatian and Bosnia and Herzegovina should carry out certain activities, ”emphasized Kosarac.

He added that they recognized this as the main problem at this meeting and, in addition to the information he would provide to the Council of Ministers, he would inform the Ministry of Foreign Affairs that the Croatian side did not provide the requested or needed information.

“The Ministry of Foreign Affairs should carry out activities according to the decision of the Presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina and thus provide our side with information and necessary documents,” says Kosarac.

He added that during the week he would inform the head of the European Union (EU) delegation in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Johann Sattler, about the problems mentioned, as Croatia is a member of the EU.

“We do not yet have any official information on when the ministerial meeting will take place. I think this is also important in order to maintain good bilateral relations. This issue can be open from this point of view too, and I would like to say that it is the full political mobility of all institutions in Bosnia and Herzegovina to adequately address this issue, ”said Kosarac.

He mentioned that their commitment is based on the proposal of the President of the Presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Milorad Dodik, as well as the decision of the Presidency which obliged all institutions to do this work to protect human health and the environment in Bosnia and Herzegovina mobilized in this regard.

So far, the team of experts has held nine working meetings, as Kosarac said, adding that there are very clear procedures and competencies of experts for certain areas, writes BHRT.

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