Poland's Solidarity trade union will demonstrate in front of the EU's top court in Luxemburg next month in protest over the the court's demand to shut down the Turow lignite mine.
Poland may see its share EU funds reduced by the amount of fines it has refused to pay for the country's failure to shut down a disputed lignite mine, PAP has learnt from the European Commission (EC).
The environment ministers of Poland and the Czech Republic have said that both countries want to reach an agreement in their dispute over a Polish lignite mine in Turow.
A Polish delegation will travel to the Czech Republic this week to determine the final details of an agreement on the Turow lignite mine, ordered by the EU’s top court to close after a Czech environmental complaint, a government spokesperson has said.
The right for Czech experts to inspect a Polish lignite mine in Turow should be included in an agreement to keep the mine open, the Czech Republic’s deputy foreign minister has said.
Poland may face daily fines of EUR 5 million over its failure to close the Turow mine as Czech Republic plans filing such demand with the EU Court of Justice (CJEU), according to the Czech press agency CTK.
The Czech Republic will withdraw a lawsuit it filed to the EU's top court regarding operations at a lignite coal mine in south-west of Poland, after the adoption of the bilateral agreement, the deputy state assets minister has said.
The Czech Republic has agreed to withdraw a lawsuit it filed to the EU's top court to halt operations at a lignite coal mine in south-west of Poland, Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki has said.
Poland’s prime minister has described a ruling by the European Court of Justice (CJEU) calling for the suspension of activities at a Polish lignite mine “very dangerous”.
Poland will refuse to comply with a European Court of Justice ruling ordering the immediate shutdown of a lignite mine, a ruling party MEP has stated.