Goran Krivić, Coalition for Sana: “In addition to all the arguments that we have presented to the public over last seven years, we would like to stress those related to financial unprofitability of this harmful project. World Water Day’smessage stresses the importance of water and the lack of drinking water in many parts of the world. Coalition for Sana presents a feasibility study for the construction of HPP “Medna”, which was done by an economics expert and clearly showsexactly what we have been talking about for years –HPP “Medna” brings benefits only to individuals and not to the community.
The following are the conclusions of the feasibility study:
Having said that, the conclusion is that HPP „Medna“ has negative financial effects on the community.
Nataša Crnković, Centre for Environment: “Coalition for Sana disseminated the feasibility study’s results to all relevant institutions and municipalities in the Sana River Basin and at the state level. We believe that this economic analysis clearly counters the arguments of the government that this HPP bring progress and benefit to the local community and the entire Republicof Srpska “.
Coalition for Sana also announces that it will organize a protest trip to the Sana springs this year too. The event will take place on April 23rd, and the Coalition invites everyone from environmentalists to representatives of authorities to join us. The details of the event will be made public in the coming days.