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No to the import of Death into Russia!

Baltic Newsletter # 108

On 1 February, at 02:12 at night the Russian vessel Kapitan Kuroptev docked at the 40th slip of the port of St. Petersburg, delivering from France 650 tons of nuclear waste. After the transfer of the containers to the railway platforms, the dangerous freight was transported through St. Petersburg toward Siberia, to the closed city of Seversk near Tomsk.

Russian citizens protest against turning their homeland into a nuclear dump


On May 29 in the center of St. Petersburg, on the corner of Nevsky Prospect and Malaia Sadovaia streets, a protest demonstration was held by environmental NGOs Bellona (St. Petersburg), Ecodefense (Moscow) and Green World (Sosnovy Bor – St. Petersburg).

Why Leningrad Npp-2 (lNPP-2) Is Environmentally Hazardous

Lnpp-2 Is Sited In The Environmentally-stressed Region.

Industrial and port projects of about 20 billion Euro are developed on the 100-km shoreline of the South Coast of the Gulf of Finland (SCGF) stretching between the border with Estonia and St. Petersburg. It means that up to 200 thousand Euro will be invested into the destruction of each shoreline meter.