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Govt Firm in Opposition to Trieste Gas Terminals, Minister Says

Ljubljana, 8 June - The position of the government regarding the construction of gas terminals in the Gulf of Trieste and its coastal area remains unchanged - it opposes the terminals, Environment Minister Janez Podobnik stressed at an extraordinary session of the parliamentary Environment and Spatial Planning Committee on Friday.

Ljubljana
Environment and Spatial Planning Minister Janez Podobnik at a session of the parliamentary Environment and Spatial Planning Committee at which gas terminals in the Gulf of Trieste were discussed.
Photo: Stanko Gruden/STA

Ljubljana
Environment and Spatial Planning Minister Janez Podobnik (right) and Marko Starman, state secretary at the ministry, at a session of the parliamentary Environment and Spatial Planning Committee at which gas terminals in the Gulf of Trieste were discussed.
Photo: Stanko Gruden/STA

Ljubljana
Environment and Spatial Planning Minister Janez Podobnik (right) and Marko Starman, state secretary at the ministry, at a session of the parliamentary Environment and Spatial Planning Committee at which gas terminals in the Gulf of Trieste were discussed.
Photo: Stanko Gruden/STA

Ljubljana
Environment and Spatial Planning Minister Janez Podobnik (right) and Rudolf Petan, the head of the parliamentary Environment and Spatial Planning Committee, at the committee's session during which the gas terminals in the Gulf of Trieste were discussed.
Photo: Stanko Gruden/STA

Ljubljana
Environment and Spatial Planning Minister Janez Podobnik (right) and Marko Starman, state secretary at the ministry, at a session of the parliamentary Environment and Spatial Planning Committee at which gas terminals in the Gulf of Trieste were discussed.
Photo: Stanko Gruden/STA

Ljubljana
Environment and Spatial Planning Minister Janez Podobnik (left) and Kristijan Janc of the junior coalition People's Party, arriving at a session of the parliamentary Environment and Spatial Planning Committee at which gas terminals in the Gulf of Trieste were discussed.
Photo: Stanko Gruden/STA

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