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MPs Endorse Govt's Adverse Opinion on Italian LNG Terminals

Ljubljana, 23 January - The parliament's Environment and Spatial Planning Committee on Tuesday endorsed the government's position that the planned liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminals in the Gulf of Trieste were unacceptable to Slovenia because their cross-border impact on the environment would be damaging.

Ljubljana, National Assembly
The parliament's Environment and Spatial Planning Committee endorses the government's position that the planned liquefied natural gas terminals in the Gulf of Trieste are unacceptable.
Pictured: Environment Ministry State Secretary Marko Starman.
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

Ljubljana, National Assembly
The parliament's Environment and Spatial Planning Committee endorses the government's position that the planned liquefied natural gas terminals in the Gulf of Trieste are unacceptable.
Pictured: (left to right) DeSUS deputy Ivan Jelen, SDS deputies Robert Horvat and Danijel krivec.
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

Ljubljana, National Assembly
The parliament's Environment and Spatial Planning Committee endorses the government's position that the planned liquefied natural gas terminals in the Gulf of Trieste are unacceptable.
Pictured: SDS deputy Milenko Ziherl (standing left), DeSUS deputy Ivan Jelen (standing right) and NSi lawmaker Drago Koren.
Photo: Danial Novakovic/STA

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