NARVA (BNS) - Both Estonia and Russia by Nov. 1 are expected to have collected data on the condition of water and air in the area of the Narva reservoir, required to prepare a cross-border environmental project.Svetlana Legkodym, adviser to the Narva municipal government on issues of cross-border cooperation, said that Estonian and Russian environmental specialists, meeting in Ivangorod Oct. 1, discussed opportunities of improving the environmental situation on both banks of the reservoir."It is only for the second year that Estonia and Russia are cooperating in studying the situation of tr...
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