US News: CDU politician Ziemiak calls for "complete clarification" of Oder-Environmental disaster

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The chairman of the German-Polish parliamentarian group, Paul Ziemiak (CDU), has a "complete clarification" of the devastating fish death in the Oder. "Those responsible on the Polish side have to take account of this," said the former CDU general secretary to the newspapers of the Funke media group on Tuesday. At the same time, Ziemiak warned of mutual blame. "In the current situation, politicians should not talk about mutual incompetence, but rather solve this dangerous environmental problem together."

Der Vorsitzende der Deutsch-Polnischen Parlamentariergruppe, Paul Ziemiak (CDU), hat eine © odd Andersen The chairman of the German-Polish parliamentarian group, Paul Ziemiak (CDU), has called for a "complete clarification" of the devastating fish death in the Oder. "The responsible persons on the Polish side must take account of this."

is "the close possible to solve this urgent problem now," said the member of the Bundestag. The exchange between the German and Polish authorities was "obviously not tight enough in the past few weeks". "In a border region within the European Union, prevention of such an environmental disaster must not fail because individual actors do not become active early enough in one or the other country."

The cause of the pollution of the ODER river, between Poland and Germany, remains unknown

 The cause of the pollution of the ODER river, between Poland and Germany, remains unknown © AP - Patrick Pleul of dead fish float on the surface of the ODER, a river located on the Polish -German border. For several days, tons of dead fish have been drafted on the surface of the Oder river, on the Polish-German border. The analyzes carried out so far have not made it possible to establish the cause of pollution.

experts are currently looking for causes of massive fish death in the Oder. On the German side, the fish death was noticed about a week ago and had triggered corresponding reactions from the authorities. In Poland, however, the fish extinction had been observed for the first time about a week and a half in advance without the authorities there being active or warned.

, according to previous information, was given indications of poisoning and a fish death on July 28 in the region around the Polish city of Wroclaw. So far, it is unclear who or what could be responsible for this. The water then gradually moved towards the Oder mouth on the Baltic Sea.

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