Turów open-pit mine: Czech Republic signals willingness to compromise

In the dispute between Poland and the Czech Republic over the Turów open-pit coal mine, the Czech side is showing a willingness to compromise. The new Czech environment minister, Anna Hubackova, said on Thursday that she would seek talks with Poland next week. Turów is located in the Polish border region with the Czech Republic and Saxony.

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