UNESCO soon to present recommendations on Tara river

The representatives of the United Nations Organization for Education, Science and Culture, UNESCO, along with staff of the Ministry of Sustainable Development and Tourism, MORiT, visited Durmitor National Park and a part of Tara river canyon last week, devastated during the motorway construction.

UNESCO will submit the special report on concrete recommendations in 2 months, after they visit the site, writes Pobjeda daily. Representatives of UNESCO also told they do not want to meet the public with the details of their visit until they finish the report.

For a quick recap: Six NGOs (Network for Affirmation of NGO Sector, MANS, Green Home, Montenegrin  Association of Ecologists, Center for Protection and Research of Birds of Montenegro, Expeditio and Our action) filed a criminal charge to the supreme state prosecutor’s office against the responsible in the Ministry of Transport, Ministry of Sustainable Development and Tourism, ecological and water inspection, members of the commission performing controls over the motorway construction and the China’s CRBC company, on suspicion of misusing their office and causing environmental pollution, which resulted in devastation of the Tara river.

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