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Around 200 join protest at Danube Bridge 2

Around 200 join protest at Danube Bridge 2

31 August 2014 | 12:01 | FOCUS News Agency
Vidin. Around 150-200 people have joined the protest against the construction of an automobile tire recycling facility in the village of Slanotran, staged at one of the roads leading to the Danube Bridge 2, Radio FOCUS – Vidin reported.
So far the demonstration does not cause any inconvenience to the road traffic.
The protesters are from 5 villages in the district of Vidin – Slanotran, Koshava, Kutovo, Antimovo and Gomotartsi. According to them, the facility will pose a risk at their health.
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Protest against automobile tire recycling plant to be staged close to Bulgaria’s Danube Bridge 2

Protest against automobile tire recycling plant to be staged close to Bulgaria’s Danube Bridge 2

31 August 2014 | 11:24 | FOCUS News Agency
Vidin. A protest against the construction of an automobile tire recycling facility in the village of Slanotran will be held close to Danube Bridge 2 on Sunday, Radio FOCUS – Vidin reported.
The protesters plan to block the access to the road facility.
This will be the second protest against the tire facility. The first one was held on June 28. It attracted around 120 people from 5 villages in the district of Vidin – Slanotran, Koshava, Kutovo, Antimovo and Gomotartsi.
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