If Poland does not comply with a ban on logging in the primaeval Białowieża forest, a European Union top court has threatened to slap it with a hefty fine of €100,000 per day.

The European Court of Justice reiterated its July decision that Poland must stop logging, pending its final decision on the European Commission's accusations that cutting down trees in the forest violates birds and habitats protection rules.

As reported by Radio Poland online, the Luxembourg-based court also gave War...


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