Slovenia and Croatia to postpone the disposal of Krško nuclear waste on Trgovska Gora

The Minister for Spatial Planning, Construction and Ecology of Republika Srpska, Bojan Vipotnik, commended the agreement between Slovenia and Croatia to postpone the disposal of Krško nuclear waste on Trgovska Gora. This agreement is seen as a significant move that is expected to inspire governmental institutions in Bosnia and Herzegovina to protect the rights of their citizens.

Vipotnik expressed his enthusiasm, stating that:

Our ongoing battle against the establishment of a nuclear waste disposal site at Trgovska Gora is fundamentally about safeguarding the lives and health of more than 250,000 citizens residing in the Una basin.

Furthermore, he highlighted that Croatia’s acknowledgment of Trgovska Gora’s importance as a key factor in regional relations represents a substantial stride toward preventing the utilization of Čerkezovec as a disposal site for radioactive waste and spent nuclear fuel.

During its 41st session in Banja Luka, the Republika Srpska government approved a resolute resolution opposing the construction of a nuclear facility at the Trgovska Gora location in the Dvor municipality, Republic of Croatia. This resolution provides a comprehensive framework for addressing this pressing issue and underscores the importance of unified action among competent institutions, professionals, cities, municipalities, and environmental non-governmental organizations within the Una river basin. Their shared objective is to protect the interests of Republika Srpska and Bosnia and Herzegovina, ensuring the safety, health, and the constitutional right to a healthy environment for the local population.

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