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Poland logging of protected Białowieża forest infringes EU law – ECJ advocate general

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The systematic logging of the Białowieża Forest District by the Polish authorities break EU law and will result in a deterioration of the breeding sites of the protected species, the Advocate General of the European Court of Justice (ECJ).


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