October 31 was proclaimed by the United Nations as “International Black Sea Day”. The goal is to begin to pay attention to its protection, not just exploitation. This signal sounds even stronger today when the world is excited by the findings of ocean and sea pollution with plastic. Europe is once again the “Green Leader” in the world. The European Parliament adopted a regulation to eliminate some of the disposable products, which are among the major causes of plastic pollution of the seas. However, some of you will remember how this is threatening Denmark with sanctions when you decide to ban the plastic bottles 10 years ago. The reason was that “business development would stop.” A cliché has proven that its timing is inappropriate, but unfortunately it is still being used successfully, especially in countries like ours. But it is still the time of celebration. PECSD, MK “Friends of the Sea” and TB “Rodni balkani” have traditionally celebrated the traditional cleaning of Fichoza beach. Those who could not come will say. No problem. It is enough for the day (at least today) not to use the disposable waiting and the mission will be fulfilled 🙂 And tomorrow? Tomorrow you will decide tomorrow!