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SALAMI SLICING CAN’T PASS after all- Ministry of Environmental Protection rejects Zijin’s request to decide on the need for environmental impact assessment

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Based on the objections submitted by the Association of Young Researchers from Bor and the Renewables and Environmental Regulatory Institute (RERI), the Ministry of Environmental Protection rejected the request to decide on the need for environmental impact assessment of the project of Serbia Zijin Copper doo Bor and indicated to the investor that it is necessary to prepare a study on environmental impact assessment for the entire project, and not partially, for individual works within that project.,/span>

The Association of Young Researchers of Bor and RERI drew the attention of the public and the competent ministry to the fact that in this case we are dealing with the “salami slicing” scenario, that is, an artificial division of the project into smaller fractions in order to hide the overall impact on the environment.

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