Prespa Lake is one of the oldest, but also the cleanest lakes in the world, but the past impacts it may indicate that it might change this status, said the Mayor of Resen, Gjoko Strezovski at press conference, reports MIA.
Knowing as he said the invaluable importance of this lake in the sustainable future of Prespa and its inhabitants, Municipality Resen together with UNDP and the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation has taken decisive action to protect it from numerous negative influences.
In the past two years in order to protect the lake, were invested one million USD. It is provided drainage and wastewater treatment at three significant rural areas in Prespa. It was built facility for composting of organic waste, and through the Nature park Ezereni is protected one of the most valuable areas not only in Prespa, but wider. In addition, was purchased the first ship for monitoring and modern laboratory equipment.