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Polish Briefing 21 November, 2017 9:00 am   
Editorial staff

Polish Briefing: Poland does not want energy from Ukraine, but considers cooperation in the nuclear sector

What goes on in Poland on the 21st of November.

Poland does not want energy from Ukraine, but considers cooperation in the nuclear sector

Between 19 and 21 November, a delegation from the Ministry of Energy led by the vice-minister Andrzej Piotrowski is visiting Ukraine. The goal of the visit is checking conditions of optional cooperation in energy sector between Poland and Ukraine.

A meeting in the Ministry of Energy and Coal Industry of Ukraine and a conversation with vice-minister Halina Karp is in the schedule. Polish delegation will also visit the Chmielnicki nuclear power plant, whose operator is NAEK „Energoatom”.

Polish delegation consists of employees of the Nuclear Energy Department of the Ministry of Energy, and representatives of Tauron Group, Polish Energy Networks and PGE EJ1.

COP23: Poland suggests a new climate deal for Katowice summit

Poland showed on a climate summit in Bonn that it can talk with any country in the world – said the minister of environment Jan Szyszko. He declared that the goal of next year’s summit in Katowice will be a consensus for activities for realization of the Paris Agreement.

The minister of environment said that during the last three summits Poland has presented itself as a partner who knows what it talks about and can talk with any country in the world, as well as show its successes and position.

The Bonn conference – as the minister stressed – prepared the ground for the conference in Katowice next year, during which a package of decisions implementing the Paris Agreement is supposed to be accepted.