German Finance Minister Christian Linder said on Tuesday that the German government would not agree to the European Union’s ban on the sale of new cars with internal combustion engines from 2035.
Christian Linder spoke about this at a meeting organized by the Federal Association of German Industry (BDI). German head Ministries of Finance In his speech, he said there will still be outlets for internal combustion engines, so the ban is a mistake. He stated that the German government would not agree to the planned EU regulations.
Linder pointed out at the same time that Germany It will remain the leading market for electric vehicles. Christian Linder Pro-Business Member Free Democratic Party (FDP), which shares power in the country with the Social Democrats and the Greens.
Ban on diesel and petrol cars
European CommissionWith the aim of reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 55%. By 2030 compared to 1990 levels, it proposed a total reduction in carbon dioxide emissions from new cars entering the market by 2035. This means that since then it will not be possible to sell cars with internal combustion engines – Reuters noted.
European Parliament At the beginning of June this year. He supported the European Commission’s request on this matter. In the plenary session on Wednesday, 339 deputies voted in favour, 249 against and 24 abstentions.
Member states must now refer to the draft European Commission, after which negotiations will take place under the so-called tripartite (between the European Commission, the European Parliament and member states).
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