Nearly one third of the terrain that stirred a huge scandal in Bulgaria has been listed after all as sand dunes in a scientific report.
The news was announced by bTV, informing that the reports was written in 2007 by zoologist, professor, Petar Kolarov, who was 76 at the time, and was purposely concealed.
The scandal with construction activities on 29 decares of protected sand dunes between Ravda and Nessebar on the Black Sea coast erupted in the last days of 2012 when environmentalists said that the area was part of the Aheloy-Ravda-Nessebar protected area from the Natura 2000....
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