NGOs called on the government to support the green renewal of Europe

It is time to invest in health and quality of life.

Ján Budaj, Environment MinisterJán Budaj, Environment Minister (Source: SITA)

The representatives of seven climate-oriented organisations have called on PM Igor Matovič (OĽaNO) to support the sustainable economic renewal of Europe based on the European Green Deal.

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The PM is expected to attend the session of the parliamentary European issues committee on April 22 to inform it about the negotiations of the European Council held the next day. One of the topics is the renewal of the economy.

“If we have learned anything during the coronavirus crisis, it is listening to the experts and scientists,” said Lucia Szabová from the Znepokojené Matky (Concerned Mothers) initiative, as quoted by the TASR newswire. “Together with early and courageous solutions, they can prevent the worst scenarios.”

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