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Environmental activists criticise selection process of German nuclear repositories


Berlin (Germany), Sept 28 (EFE/EPA).- (Camera: Hayoung Jeon) Martin Donat, Chairman of the Citizens' Initiative for Environmental Protection Luechow-Dannenberg e.V., Jochen Stay, German environmental activist and spokesman of the anti-nuclear organisation '.ausgestrahlt', and Antje von Broock, Managing Director of the Federation for the Environment and Nature Conservation Germany e.V. (BUND) held a press conference on Monday on the BGE list of areas for nuclear repository in which they criticised the selection process of the areas led by the Federal Agency for Final Disposal (BGE).FOOTAGE OF THE PRESS CONFERENCE.

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