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Tech & Science : Serbia gives up a lithium exploitation project of ecologists

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De vastes réserves de lithium, élément essentiel dans la composition des batteries de voitures électriques, ont été découvertes dans la région de la ville de Loznica (ouest) en Serbie. © Oliver Bunic AFP of vast lithium reserves, essential element in the composition of electric car batteries, have been discovered in the region of the city of Loznica (West) in Serbia.

The Serbian authorities have renounced a project to exploit a lithium mine that was to be carried out by the Rio Tinto company, announced Thursday 21 January the Prime Minister Ana Brnabic after weeks of protests of ecologists.

This surprise decision of the Serbian government comes a few months from the legislative and presidential elections, planned for the spring, the administration of President Aleksandar Vucic seeking to strengthen the support of voters.

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"We have satisfied all the claims of the protesters and put an end to Rio Tinto in Serbia," said Ana Brnabic during a declaration broadcast by state television (RTS).

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mine of reserves discovering in 2006

"All that is related to the Jadar project is over," she added, referring On behalf of the valley located in the west of Serbia where this deposit was to be exploited.

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of vast lithium reserves, essential element in the composition of electric car batteries, were discovered in the region of the city of Loznica (west). The Anglo-Australian mining giant bought land in this region and was waiting for a final green light of the authorities to begin operation of this mine.

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These reserves were discovered in 2006 and the company planned to invest 2.1 billion euros in this project. But several environmental organizations have risen against what they saw as an environmental disaster.

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