After 18 Czech governments conducted in 2021 negotiations on Tur and attacks themselves, Czech boxing ČSM for a year without evaluation Description – announced that it had informed about PGE vice-presidents Wanda Buk. She added that the decision issued at the end of December was not preceded by any arrangements with Poland. The “Business Insider” portal that carries out Czech environmental magazines for the Ministry of Environmental Protection. As Polish officials have pointed out, the continuation of coal mining in the Czech mine can make a significant national capital and the order of the state of Poland. “
Turów mine. An important decision regarding a coal mining concession
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“After 18 rounds of negotiations in 2021 PGE. ČSM hard coal mine must be sought through the Czech Republic of OKD; is located right on the Polish-Czech border.
“We were able to complete the smooth transformation of the coal regions, but they preferred to sacrifice the neighborly flows to the relationship in favor of updating the migration in the periodic period (neglect in the periodic period). I hope that the government of Petr Fial will repair what their predecessors broke, ”added Wanda Buk.
The dispute over the Turów mine
Another round of services on the Turkish issue begins on Tuesday. According to the deputy head of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Paweł Jabłoński on Monday, the new Czech government announced its will to settle the dispute “in the manner earlier”.
In 2021, the Czech Republic applied to the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) Complaint against Poland regarding the expansion of the Turów base.
The country itself deserves interim measures in the form of an Extraction Order. The Czech side argued that the expansion of the service management service in Liberka; They also complain about the services and tests work well with the exploitation of lignite. The Czech Republic wants to know that Poland has breached EU regulations by extending the license for lignite mining in Turów.
We could smoothly refine for a just transformation of coal regions, but the Czechs preferred to sacrifice relationships for a smooth neighborhood in karmic periods. I hope the government @P_Fiala will fix what its predecessors broke. 2/2
– Wanda Buk (@WandaBuk) January 17, 2022
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The Polish government did not order to get out. On September 20, 2021, the CJEU imposed a fine of PLN 500,000 on Poland. euro per day for non-implementation of interim measures and non-cessation of lignite mining in services. The Polish government declares that we are not going to punish the penalty. The opinion of the advocate general of the Tribunal on the Polish-Czech dispute over Turów is to be announced on 3 February.
On January 13, the European Commission announced that it had sent a request to refer to the penalties for the Turów mine and how Poland does not receive money. The spokesman of the European Commission, Balazs, said that if they did not receive the money, they would deduct funds from EU funds.
GDOŚ letter to the Czech World Cup
Portal “Business Insider” wrote on Monday that to handle the Czech letter of the General Directorate for Environmental Protection to the Ministry of the Environment. As officials wrote, further coal mining in the ČSM mine is “a significant global position and health of the Republic of Poland”.
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In order to ensure that there is a continuation of the activity, “without a proper deal of environmental services to the environment for the environment with the Republic of Poland of service” resulting from the Espoo context. Influences on the effects of certain activities on the environment.
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