France plans to create world-wide environmental police

Publish date: March 11, 2005

France announced an idea to make a “world-wide environmental police”, which will be responsible for implementation of Kyoto protocol control.

The French Ministry of Environment in co-operation with Environmental Ministries of other European countries is working out a plan of “environmental forces”. The European Union is expected to initiate this international institution as one of the reformed UN’s structures in September this year, ITAR-TASS reported.

Paris aims to get wide commissions for the “world-wide environmental police”. It is supposed to implement monitoring and writing out penalties for countries and enterprises violating international environmental standards.

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