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Written by Sidorela BRAÇJA 1 Tetor 2022
The German ambassador to our country, Peter Zingraff, has clashed with Prime Minister Edi Rama over pollution management. Under the direction of the Minister of Environment and Tourism, Mirela Kumbaro, the Forum for Integrated Waste Management and Circular Economy was convened yesterday. Prime Minister Edi Rama was also present at the forum, who appreciated the cooperation with the local units for waste management, while also taking stock of the cleanliness situation in the country's municipalities, which according to him has improved significantly. Comparing with 2013, the head of the government said that 50% of the waste remained on the streets, while today 91% of the waste is collected in the entire territory of the country. While the German ambassador Peter Zingraff said that the circular economy of waste processing is one of the main pillars on the way to EU integration. The Ambassador of Germany in Albania, Peter Zingraff, has stated that the Albanian legislation on waste management is not in full compliance with the directives of the European Union. During the speech held at the forum for Integrated Waste Management and Economy, Zingraf emphasized the problems with waste recycling, adding that with the opening of negotiations for membership in the European Union, a national strategy for management will be mandatory. of waste. "The circular economy is one of the main pillars of green growth in the EU and is something that can be achieved through the use of green resources. Linear waste management, collection, use, disposal means minimizing the use of resources, reducing pollution, reusing, recycling and creating a closed system. This is a goal and we are proud to be your partners. This is a process that needs leadership. We do not believe that we come to a position where we have achieved all this. We may be a little further away from you in terms of sharing, but the circular economy is a goal for our economy as well. The current legislation is not fully compliant with the EU directive. These have been modified since 2018 in line with the new practices of the circular economy, but you do this for Albania, the waste is costly", declared the ambassador of Germany, Peter Zingraf. but the circular economy is a goal for our economy as well. The current legislation is not fully compliant with the EU directive. These have been modified since 2018 in line with the new practices of the circular economy, but you do this for Albania, the waste is costly", declared the ambassador of Germany, Peter Zingraf. but the circular economy is a goal for our economy as well. The current legislation is not fully compliant with the EU directive. These have been modified since 2018 in line with the new practices of the circular economy, but you do this for Albania, the waste is costly", declared the ambassador of Germany, Peter Zingraf.
Rama: Kur erdhëm në pushtet, 50% e mbetjeve mbeteshin rrugëve
Megjithatë, gjatë fjalës së tij, kryeministri Edi Rama u kujdes të evidentonte progresin që është bëra nga qeveria e tij në këtë fushë. Ai tha se sot mblidhet 90% e mbetjeve ndërkohë që duhet trajtuar si problematikë e madhe edhe ky 10%.“Kur ne e nisëm këtë rrugëtim 50% e mbetjeve mbeteshin rrugëve, i merrnin ujërat, digjeshin shumë pranë zonave të banuara. Banorët e Kombinatit në Tiranë, ato të Elbasanit dhe Fierit, ku sot situata është krejtësisht tjetër, besoj e kujtojnë akoma se çfarë ndodhte në zonat e tyre me malin e plehrave që sillte në çdo dritare ajrin e ndotur dhe toksik. Banorët e Durrësit e kujtojnë, por fatkeqësisht kanë mbetur në vëmendje edhe të të huajve që e kanë parë në lajmet e vendeve të tyre, fushën e mbushur me vargmale plehrash në Porto Romano. Që sot është një prej parqeve më të mëdha në vend. Sot ne jemi në 91% të grumbullimit dhe kemi akoma një sasi relativisht të vogël që mbetet e pa grumbulluar, por që duhet trajtuar si problem i madh edhe pse është e vogël”, tha Rama.