Agreement in dispute over Turow open pit mine

In the dispute between Prague and Warsaw over the expansion of the Polish open-cast lignite mine Turow, a surprising agreement has been reached. Czech Prime Minister Petr Fiala and his Polish counterpart Mateusz Morawiecki signed a corresponding agreement in Prague on Thursday. Among other things, it provides for the construction of an earth wall against noise pollution and financial compensation payments to the Czech Republic amounting to €45 million.

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