“There is no future for coal,” Timmermans announced on Wednesday. “We must find a solution to this problem.
Countries, which base their industry on coal, such as Poland, Slovakia, Spain, Greece and Germany, can count on the solidarity of the rest of Europe, because it will benefit from these changes as a whole.”
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