Moskwa, in a statement on his Twitter account, stated that they do not support the decision in question.
Expressing that Germany is trying to highlight useful solutions for its own market, Moskwa claimed that this is not fair.
Moskwa underlined that the determining factor in the choice of technology should not be “EU coercion”, but the market and societies, and said, “EU countries approved the initiative to ban the sale of new cars with gasoline and diesel engines from 2035, but we, as Poland, voted against it.” .
EU countries approved the ban initiative today.
The European Council announced that member states have approved the law that will introduce strict carbon emission standards for cars and light commercial vehicles from 2035.
By law, automakers will zero their carbon emissions by 2035. Thus, new cars with internal combustion engines, including gasoline and diesel, that emit carbon, will not be able to be sold in EU countries from the said date.