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5 Mai 2008

Autor:
Total

Open Letter to EarthRights International in Response to Its April 29, 2008 Report

Total has read the report published by EarthRights International...on the Yadana project in Myanmar. While we share ERI’s desire to see living conditions improve for the people of Myanmar, we strongly repudiate the allegations made against the gas consortium as a result of ERI’s wrongly linking the Yadana project and human rights abuses. It is unfortunate that ERI did not feel it necessary to contact us to discuss the situation relating to human rights in the pipeline corridor. If it had done so, serious errors of fact, mix-ups and guilt-by-association allusions would have been avoided...Total will continue its operations in Myanmar which help to improve living standards there.