Poland, Estonia, and Lithuania are pushing for a lowering of the price cap on Russian oil in a bid to further limit the financing of the Kremlin's war machine.
Mateusz Morawiecki, the prime minister, has said that Poland supports the introduction of taxes on excess profits of large international companies as incomes obtained in this way will be used to reduce energy costs for individuals and firms.
The EU affairs ministers of Poland, Estonia and Lithuania have backed the EU's proposal to set a USD 60 price cap per barrel on Russian oil.
Poland has agreed to support an EU proposal to set a USD 60 price cap per barrel on Russian oil, Poland's ambassador to the EU has said.
Poland has blocked a European Commission proposal to cap the Russian oil price at USD 65 per barrel, EU diplomatic sources in Brussels have told PAP.
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