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Balkans |  The surface of the Drina River in Bosnia and Herzegovina is covered with rubbish and rubbish

The surface of the Drina River in Bosnia and Herzegovina is covered with rubbish and plastic waste.

Tons of garbage and plastic waste have accumulated on the surface of a part of the Drina River, which also runs through Serbia and Montenegro, in the city of Visegrad in eastern Bosnia and Herzegovina, also due to the rains in the area.

While the surface of the river near the Visegrad hydroelectric power station is covered with rubbish due to heavy rains and melting snow every year, the rubbish passes into Bosnia and Herzegovina through Serbia and Montenegro.

Dejan Fortola, head of the Visegrad Eco-Center Association, told Anadolu Agency, “(Waste accumulated on the surface of the river) has no explanation. This is an absolute shame. This problem has been repeated for many years, but in the past 2-3 years the amount of waste seen in the river has increased Visegrad is much more than that. He said.

Fertola called on the authorities to act, pointing out that citizens should not consider the river as “garbage” and stating that plastic and wooden pieces as well as spare parts for vehicles and medical waste were seen in the river.

“This is an environmental disaster in the literal sense of the word,” said Fertola. I hope that Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Montenegro will come up with a common plan and ask the European Union for help. This issue should be resolved as soon as possible because it is really embarrassing for all of us.” He said.

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