Motion To Court on Amulsar Case

Ecolur informs that on September 30, Jermuk residents’ barrister Nazeli Vardanyan filed a motion to RA Administrative Court to ban Lydian Armenia to carry out any activity in Amulsar before conducting a new biodiversity impact assessment.

18 Jermuk residents are demanding to declare the Amulsar Project EIA document as invalid as there are new circumstances that have not been examined.

According to Nazeli Vardanyan, those documents were sent to the respondent on September 25. However, the respondents mentioned that the documents in one case were not even received and in another case they were received a few days before the trial, and they did not have enough time to get acquainted with the materials. They asked the court for some time, and the court hearing was postponed till October 17.

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