RIGA - The Environment Ministry released a five-year environmental policy plan onAug. 21 detailing how the country should come up to speed with related EUstandards and merely that, according to some nongovernmentalorganizations."Of course the new referendum somehow plays an important role because ournew environmental policy plan is 100 percent accession-oriented. It's anenvironmental policy plan of a member country," said Rolands Bebris,director of the Department of Environ-mental Protection, which chaired thedrafting of the plan and took input from other ministries.The 159-page official ...
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