Balkan countries united in struggle for clean air and environmental protection

Balkan countries united in struggle for clean air and environmental protection

Balkan countries united in struggle for clean air and environmental protection Izvor: N1

The people from nine Balkan’s cities will hold gatherings on February 28 at the same time to send a message that they are united in fighting for clean air and healthy environment, the Belgrade Don’t Let Belgrade Drown Initiative said on Tuesday.

 The gatherings will be held in Serbia, Kosovo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, North Macedonia and Montenegro.

They will start at 6 pm in Belgrade, Sarajevo, Pristina, Banja Luka, Skopje, Prizren, Zenica, Podujevo and Podgorica.

“Clean air is a fundamental human right, and we demand from all individuals and institutions to immediately act to prevent unforeseeable long-lasting consequences to the health of the Balkan people,” the message from all rallies will read.  

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