Tactics Security Bulletin – Dec 2021

Russia & Southeastern Europe

Warsaw (Poland). Poland hopes to make progress in talks with the new Czech government over the Turow open-pit lignite mine near the border. The mine has been the source of the most serious spat between the two European Union members in decades. In November, the Czech environment ministry declared that a new proposal from Poland for resolving the dispute was unacceptable. So far, Poland has stated that it has no plans to halt mine or power plant operations.

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