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Polish Prime Minister Morawiecki acknowledged the problem with the availability of coal purchases in the country

Polish Prime Minister Morawiecki acknowledged the problem with the availability of coal purchases in the country

Ordinary consumers in Poland in the near future may face the problem of the availability of coal purchases in the country due to the resource shortage that has erupted after the embargo on supplies from Russia was introduced. This was recognized by the country’s Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki.

“Indeed, there is a problem at the intersection of our attempt to build a system that will lead to the fact that it will be possible to buy coal at this fixed price, and the free market, which would have to respond adequately. Similar problems from other parts of the country also reach me that the coal warehouses do not have the will to cooperate that we assumed at the beginning,” Morawiecki said.


To combat the coal crisis, Polish President Andrzej Duda signed a law to compensate companies that sell coal to private consumers for no more than PLN 996 per ton.