Ecological disaster signal in Bosnia and Herzegovina
The surface of the Drina River, one of the largest rivers in Bosnia and Herzegovina, is filled with garbage and plastic waste.
The image that emerged in the eastern part of the Drina River, which also passes through the neighboring countries of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia and Montenegro, revealed the signals of ecological disaster.
In the city of Visegrad, located on the border with Serbia, with the effect of the rains that have been effective in the region in recent days, tons of garbage, which also consists of tree and vehicle parts, has accumulated on the surface of the river. While the surface of the river was covered with garbage, it was seen that there were plastic and medical wastes in the river.
While the waste problem, which has become a serious problem in recent years, is not yet on the agenda of the authorities, environmentalists are calling on Bosnia And Herzegovina , Serbia and Montenegro to create a joint plan to prevent ecological disaster.