Kalamata Greece Suspends 5G Pilot Program

Greece: The Kalamata City Council decided not to continue the 5G pilot program after a three hour debate.

The City decided not to renew the contract with the telecommunications company-  a contract originally signed for the development of a 5G Pilot program. This is a result of a 6 month effort made by the people of Kalamata to stop the 5G deployment in their town,” stated Dr. Theodore Metsis who has been presenting across the country on the environmental and human health issues posed by 5G. 

News coverage: “The city council decided to suspend 5G in Kalamata”

Kalamata joins dozens of cities and scientists internationally working to protect their communities and the environment.  Recently the  Pancyprian Medical Association and Cyprus National Committee on the Environment and Child Health submitted a position paper on 5G entitled “The Risks to Public Health from the Use of the 5G Network” to the Cyprus Parliamentary Committees on Environment and Health. The position paper is based on the historic Nicosia Declaration of  2017.  Hundreds of doctors in Belgium signed onto an appeal to halt 5G. In Italy over 60 cities have passed 5G resolutions or moratoriums. Read about the dozens of Cities acting to halt 5G here.

Video of the meeting at the Kalamata City Council.

Kalamata was the first City in Greece to install 5G. Watch a video from earlier this year when they celebrated the pilot program.

Kalamata Greece Suspends 5G Program