Bilyana Raeva Supported a Letter to the European Commission to Reconsider the Harmful Emissions Quotas
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Bilyana Raeva, member of the European Parliament from Bulgaria, supported a letter to the European Commission (EC), in which Members of the European Parliament from the Czech Republic, Estonia, Latvia, Hungary, Poland, Slovakia and Malta announce their positions on reconsidering the quotas for carbon dioxide emissions, which are set by the European Commission for the period 2008-2012.
In the letter, sent to the European Commission President Jose Barroso and to the Commissioner on Environment Stavros Dimas, they recall the trial that was started before the European Communities Court in Luxembourg on the reduced emissions of carbon dioxide. The participation of Bilyana Raeva in the initiative is in support of the official Bulgarian position, announced yesterday by the Minister on environment and waters of Bulgaria Dzhevdet Chakarov, according to which Bulgaria is also joining the countries that demand reconsideration of their quotas on carbon dioxide emissions, informs the BTA.
Joining the initiative, Raeva has expressed the position that Bulgaria is seriously affected by the European Commission decision and that is why I support the letter for reconsideration of the assigned quotas. In the letter to Mr. Barroso and Mr. Dimas the deputies from the European Parliament express “strong disagreement with the Commission’s decision for a drastic reduction of the emission quantities that are foreseen for these countries”. They declare that there is a problem in the methodology of the European Commission in determining the quotas in question and that the Commission is outlining a very ambitious plan for emissions reduction, which cannot be fulfilled by these countries under the conditions of high economic growth combined with a high rate of foreign investments.