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Austria calls for broad European coordination in the application of the green Corona passport


Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz called for broad European coordination in the application of the green passport for free of the Corona epidemic, at the level of all European countries.

"I hope that the implementation will succeed everywhere so that we can all regain our basic freedoms and travel in complete freedom again," said Curtis - in statements today, Tuesday, on the occasion of the European Union summit in Brussels - "It is likely that the green passport will become a reality in Europe on the first of July. Next.

He pointed out that the green passport is especially important for tourist countries such as Austria, as many jobs depend on tourism.

On new energy resources, Curtis warned against expanding the use of nuclear energy, noting that it is never a safe alternative to conventional energy, pointing out that it is better to rely on renewable energies (wind and sun).

It is noteworthy that the European Union summit focuses on the future steps that the Union will take to achieve the climate goals by 2030, as the Union wants to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 55% compared to 1990 levels.

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