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Reply by Vega Energy to the community's rejoinder

Author: Vega Wind Energy Electricity Generation, Published on: 8 October 2019

To whom it may concern,

"As we have said in our previous statement, the Wind Power Plant as owned by our company is one which is entirely legal and for which all permissions have been obtained under the laws of the Republic of Turkey. The lawsuit filed against the environmental impact report by the relevant people has been concluded in our favour by the local administrative courts and the Council of State of the Republic of Turkey. Efforts made by these locals who want to zone this area for construction, thus tuning the area into a heap of concrete have ended up in disappointment once again. This is our last reply on the matter.

Best regards."  

Vega Rüzgar Enerjisi Elektrik Üretim A.Ş.