VILNIUS – Virginijus Sinkevicius, Lithuania-delegated EU Commissioner who is responsible for environment, oceans and fisheries, will on Thursday visit Klaipeda to present an initiative for reducing pollution in the Baltic Sea.
“The level of pollution in the Baltic Sea results both from its shallowness, limited connection with the ocean, slow water circulation and low water temperature, and from human activities, including direct littering of the sea and its shores as well as the onshore problem of pollution. Therefore we have to change the things that depend o...
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