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Poland hands over climate talks presidency in Madrid

02.12.2019 16:06
Thousands of top officials and experts are expected to attend the COP25 climate summit, which started in Madrid on Monday, to discuss ways of reducing global warming.
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At the opening ceremony, Poland officially handed over the reins of the COP presidency, a position it has held since the last summit organized in December in the southern Polish city of Katowice.

The cost of transformation towards greener energy production “must be divided in a just way and our demands must be fulfilled if we are to speak about new CO2 reduction goals,” Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki told public broadcaster Polish Radio on the sidelines of the summit.

“Our starting point is difficult… because of our dependence on coal, and this starting point must be taken into account.”