Neringa wants to ban amber extraction near Lithuania's Curonian Spit

As Lithuania's Geological Service prepares to look for contractors to survey an amber deposit near the seaside resort of Juodkrantė, the local Neringa municipality is considering to ban amber extraction for commercial purposes.
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