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Transnational actions launched to protect the North Adriatic

Transnational actions launched to protect the North Adriatic

NAMIRS final conference with Italy, Croatia and Slovenia

TRIESTE, 20 febbraio 2024, 18:54

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An advanced training course to manage anti-pollution interventions both at sea and along the coasts, but also an analysis and assessment work on risks related to oil pollution for the North Adriatic basin, which allowed to identify susceptible areas to prioritize intervention in case of accidental marine pollution.
    These are some results of two years of work done by the transnational North Adriatic Maritime Incident Response System (NAMIRS) project, whose representatives from Italy, Croatia, and Slovenia gathered today at the headquarters of the Central European Initiative for the final conference.
    CEI Secretary General Roberto Antonione reiterated- a statement reported - the importance of international cooperation in dealing with environmental disasters, wishing that a similar level of collaboration could be extended to the entire Adriatic Sea, and hoped that institutions could ensure a permanent framework of cooperation to safeguard the Adriatic Sea and its resources.
    "It is self-evident that environmental issues have no borders. That is why shortly we will continue the dialogue with the government, especially with Ministers Pichetto Fratin and Musumeci to make this project permanent in Trieste," said FVG Regional Councillor for Environmental Defense Fabio Scoccimarro.
    On the Slovenian side, Rok Kamensek, head of the Slovenian Civil Protection and Disaster Relief Administration's Littoral Regional Office, spoke, remarking on the crucial role of joint and regular training activities. Damian Dundovic, sector head for the National Center on Safety of Navigation at the Croatian Ministry of the Sea, Transport, and Infrastructure, reaffirmed the Croatian Republic's support for projects similar to NAMIRS and for trilateral international cooperation to safeguard the Adriatic Sea.
   

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