TALLINN – The government at a Cabinet sitting on Thursday approved Estonia's positions regarding the European Green Deal and the European Climate Law, which is part of the Green Deal.
According to Prime Minister Juri Ratas, it is positive that environmental and climate issues are increasingly taken into account in all areas and that this goal is also pursued by the Green Deal, government spokespeople said.
"Estonia supports the goal of climate neutrality across the European Union by 2050. The Green Deal gives us a way to achieve this goal...
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