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Poland should stop with caps, in the last primeval forest of Europe

LUXEMBOURG Poland should stop the felling of trees in the forest of Białowiesk. The last primeval forest of Europe is part of an EU-protected nature reserve. The Polish forest management leads inevitably to a deterioration of the voortplantingsplaatsen of protected species.”

Poland should stop with caps, in the last primeval forest of Europe

That allows the attorney-general of the European Court of Justice in a case that the European Commission against the Polish government filed for a “large-scale and irreversible” kapactiviteiten in the area. The judges of the court have yet to rule, but they often follow the opinion of the high advisor.

According to the advocate-general for neglecting the Poles for the preservation of the nature reserve. A part of the forest is lost. He also rejects the argument that the logging is necessary because the typesetter, a beetle that is especially spruce affects, unprecedented spreads.

Poland should stop with caps, in the last primeval forest of Europe

The Polish minister of environment has in a response let you know that the government will abide by the final judgment. Which is, incidentally, still a few months away.

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