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.”
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.
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.