EU and its six Eastern Partners to develop better transport links

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Traffic on the German motorway A95 near Munich, Bavaria, Germany, 27 January 2019. A Federal Government working group on climate protection has proposed a speed limit of 130 kph on highways and higher taxes on diesel to contribute to meet emission target. However, the Ministry of Transport argued that a speed limit on highways would reduce Germany's total CO2 emissions by less than 0.5 percent, media reported.

EU and its six Eastern Partners to develop better transport links


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The Romanian Presidency of the Council of the EU together with the European Commission hosted the Eastern Partnership Ministerial Meeting on Transport on 06 June in Luxembourg.
The event brought together EU Ministers for Transport and their counterparts from the six Eastern Partners – Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, the Republic of Moldova and Ukraine.
The main topics for discussion were infrastructure and investments linked to the extended trans-European transport network. Ministers endorsed a joint declaration on specific ways of taking forward this cooperation.

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