Mr Rychtařík described to the visitors how everyone, the government included, renounces the responsibility for contamination of the buildings. They refuse to pay for the clean-up, that would cost dozens of million Czech crowns.
From left: Lukáš Matějka, Jindřich Petrlík, Václav Rychtařík, Inger Schorling.
The former MEP from Sweden, Inger Schörling, now works for the International Chemical Secretariat. She visited the buildings in Klatovy – Luby contaminated by pesticides.
"This had been the source of drinking water for us till 1992."

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