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Poland: Kaczyński wants to reject the Green Deal

Published May 20, 2024

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PiS president Jarosław Kaczyński announced the 'Seven times yes' plan at the PiS convention, focusing on supporting the Polish countryside and agriculture by rejecting the Green Deal. He argued that Prime Minister Donald Tusk could have vetoed the Green Deal when he became prime minister. Kaczyński also highlighted the challenge of defending Polish agriculture from cheaper imports from Ukraine.
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PiS president Jarosław Kaczyński announced the "Seven times yes" plan at the PiS convention on Sunday. He pointed out, among others: to the need to support the Polish countryside and Polish agriculture. This, as he explained, means rejection of the Green Deal. "The Green Deal is thrown away," he said. During the PiS convention in Tomaszów Mazowiecki, Kaczyński listed the elements of the "Seven times yes" plan. The second one, after "yes to development", was "yes to the Polish countryside". This means, as he said, first of all, rejection of the Green Deal in this version. The politician assessed that Prime Minister Donald Tusk could have rejected this version of the Green Deal a few days after he became prime minister, because the European Council was taking place at that time. "The Green Deal is thrown away," he said. He also drew attention to another, in his opinion more difficult, issue. "We must defend our agriculture also against the inflow of goods that are ...
Source: AgroPolska
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