The statement came a few days after talks between Poland’s environment minister Anna Moskwa and her Czech counterpart Anna Hubáčková, held in Warsaw on Tuesday.
On Saturday, the Czech minister said in a Twitter post that the draft deal with Poland has been prepared and will now be discussed by Petr Fiala's government.
Following the Tuesday meeting, Poland's minister Moskwa said that progress had been made in talks with the Czech government to end a stalemate over a contentious Polish lignite mine located in Turów, southwest Poland.
The Polish government spokesman said last week that Warsaw was prepared to bear the cost of defending its Turów lignite mine after the European Commission urged Warsaw to pay its fines over the continued operation of the site.
The European Union's top court in September ruled that Poland must pay a EUR 500,000 daily fine to the European Commission, the EU’s executive arm, for defying an earlier order to halt operations at Turów, which is located near the border with the Czech Republic.
Earlier last year, the Czech Republic filed for an injunction with the European Court of Justice, saying the Turów open-cast mine on the Polish-Czech border was draining groundwater away from surrounding areas and harming Czech citizens.