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FULL SUPPORT FROM AEGEAN EXPORTERS TO THE EU’S ‘GREEN DEAL ACTION PLAN’

Press release…

The European Union announced the “European Union Green Deal” on 11 December 2019, with the goal of setting to zero carbon emissions by 2050. It has implemented the “Green Deal Action Plan” in order to adapt to the steps taken by the EU, the largest trade and investment partner in Turkey. Aegean Exporters’ Associations (EIB) gave full support to the “Green Deal Action Plan” published in the Official Gazette.

Stating that the mass production that started with the second industrial revolution has expanded the comfort zone of humanity, Aegean Exporters’ Associations Coordinator Chairperson Jak Eskinazi said, “This fact has also facilitated the life of people in logistics, technology, many sectors along with communication areas. Whereas from now on to minimize environmental and economic losses due to industrial pollution and wrong choices has become a necessity.”

“The Green Deal Action Plan will also contribute to our competitiveness”

Pointing out that humanity does not yet have a living space outside the world, Eskinazi explained, “Humanity began to seek solutions for a greener world and to heal the wounds of the industrial revolution. The first step in this journey came from the European Union. With the European Union Green Deal announced on 11 December 2019, the EU announced to the world that it aims to zero carbon emissions by 2050. In 2022, we will have to pay carbon tax on exports to the EU. It was imperative that we should take quick steps in this regard. ‘Green Deal Action Plan’, which was prepared with the support of public and private sector institutions under the coordination of the Ministry of Commerce and published in the Official Gazette on July 16, 2021, will enable us to live in a green world and also contribute to our competitiveness.”

“Climate balance has deteriorated as a result of the change the world has been experiencing in the industry for the last 200 years, the EU Green Deal has been the biggest initiative of the European Union to date and that it raises awareness around the world,” Eskinazi added…

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