Romania, Bulgaria to Jointly Manage Danube Wetlands

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Bulgaria's and Romania's Ministries of Environment have signed a memorandum to expand and jointly manage protected wetland areas along their Danube border. The plan, drafted by the WWF, is to be further reviewed by the secretariat of the Ramsar Convention on wet areas and then implemented.Three Danube wetland areas in Bulgaria - the Ibisha Island, the Belene Islands and the Srebarna Lake - are