The debate on network approval has been delayed until the effects of the technology on humans and the environment are explored
The Slovenian government has halted the introduction of 5G technology.
According to Tanjug-based media in the region, the government has removed the AKOS regulatory agency's strategy for allocating frequency spectrum for 5G from the agenda at the proposal of Minister of Administration Rudy Medved.
He told Slovenian media that “questions about the harmfulness of 5G technology are legitimate.”
Slovenia is the first country in the world to have constitutionally protected water as a human right and a public good, thereby ensuring that its drinking water sources, as perhaps the most important strategic resource, remain a national good.
Postponing the debate over the approval of the frequency spectrum for 5G until the effects of the technology on humans and the environment are investigated, a further step in protecting health and nature conservation has been taken, media reports.
And a few days ago, Switzerland also delayed the introduction of the 5G network after a series of protests last year.