Polish Premier states instant target to be combating Russia instead of climate changes
(MENAFN) Polish Premier Mateusz Morawiecki has stated that The noble cause of fighting climate change should take a backseat to the instant target of combating Russia.
In an opinion piece released in the Financial Times on Monday, he reasoned that the EU should meaningfully relax its eco-friendly emissions verdicts.
The Polish official published that “Poland recognizes the importance of fighting climate change. However, we must do everything possible to ensure that the virus of neo-imperialism does not develop in our own backyard.”
Morawiecki’s criticism was mainly intended at the EU’s Emission Trading System (ETS), which needs definite industries to buy payments to produce eco-friendly gas in a carbon market.
Created in 2005, the organization involves general allowances being declined throughout time in an effort to weight on energy producers, airlines and additional main polluters to go green.
Warsaw has extendedly condemned the preparation for reportedly motivating energy costs more than needed.
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