EU agrees on Green Deal for carbon neutrality by 2050, Poland exempt

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European Union leaders agreed on turning their bloc climate neutral by 2050 but left Poland out of the commitment for now, the summit's chairman Charles Michel and diplomatic sources said.


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"Agreement on climate neutrality by 2050," Michel said in a Tweet.

For Poland, which held out for hours against the decision, the final decision read, according to sources: "One member state, at this stage, cannot commit (to) this objective as far as it is concerned, and the European (Union) will come back to this in June 2020."

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