Combustion engine phase-out: no government position yet on EU plans

The German government has not yet determined its position on the vote on an EU ban on the internal combustion engine. “The federal government is currently in talks,” government spokesman Steffen Hebestreit said in Berlin on Wednesday. “After that, it will announce how it will act in the relevant committee,” he added, referring to the vote in the EU environment committee on June 28. A spokesman for the Environment Ministry pointed out that Germany had voted in favor there in March.

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