At today’s session Croatian Government approved the draft bill on liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal, which should be built on the island of Krk, and sent it to the Parliament.
Croatian Prime Minister Ander Plenkovic said on the occasion that the project for the construction of LNG terminal on Krk has strategic importance for the country, but it has triggered resistance at the local level. However, the Government believes that this special law can resolve gas supply diversification without damaging the environment, thus putting Croatia on Europe’s energy map.
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