The report examines the security environment in recent years in both NATO and the Republic of Bulgaria, the challenges they face as a result of international terrorism and, in general, from hybrid threats. The natures of the hybrid threats and the guidelines for limiting and overcoming them have been examined.
Dangerous wastes are solid, liquid or gaseous materials that may be lethal or dangerous to humans and the environment. Such wastes can be toxic chemicals and flammable or radioactive substances, including industrial waste from chemical plants or nuclear reactors, agricultural waste, pesticides, fertilizers, medical waste or hazardous household waste such as toxic dyes or solvents. CBRN waste should be safely recycled without harm to the environment. Toxic chemicals, radioactive substances or biological materials should be concentrated for final disposal.
In this paper the authors present legal framework for the protection against CBRN agents in Bosnia and Herzegovina. By critical analyzing existing legal framework the authors will determine plausible legal course of action in cases of danger caused by CBRN agents. Namely, although use of CBRN agents for industrial purposes is thoroughly regulated the may be abused in the various activities against civil society. The may be abused through the acts of terrorism and sabotage and misused through inadequate handling of the agents and their byproducts. The final goal of this paper is to examine the applicable value of the existing legislation in this area in Bosnia and Herzegovina.