AEGEAN MACEDONIANS ARE DRINKING BAD WATER
The European Union has threatened to take Greece to court about the quality of its drinking water, claiming more than 18,000 people are being exposed to toxins.
The Greek Health Ministry and an unnamed international institution conducted tests that found dangerous substances like nitrate, ammonia and arsenic in water supplied to 18 municipalities, mostly in Aegean Macedonia.
According to media reports, Greek authorities have been aware of the issue since 1999 and still they've nothing done against it.
MD: They've nothing done against it since 1999 and we don't think they will in the next few years.