Poland’s Prime Minister Mateush Morrazetsky said that he suggested the European Union to abandon the purchases of Russian coal. He reported this at Briefing in Brussels, reports TASS.
“Today I talked to Ursula Dir Lyien on how to become independent, to make independent Europe from coal,” he said, noting that he asked her to “not import Russian coal to impose an embargo on Russian Coal, and in perspective also not to buy gas. “
Premier Poland also suggested to provide Ukraine a plan of recovery in the amount of € 100 billion: “Ukraine must have hope. Need a restoration plan. For example, € 100 billion, which would be financed by the EU.”