A declaration, signed Wednesday at an informal ministerial meeting hosted by the Croatian presidency in Opatija, aims to support “clean alternative fuels, including LNG as a transitional fuel and the associated infrastructure”, along with adequate facilities for the reception of waste from ships, the implementation of a global sulphur cap and a sulphur emission control area in the Mediterranean.
It also calls on the European Commission and member states to “intensify efforts to maintain a global level playing field based on high international standards for safety, environment, skills and labour conditions” in the face of “unfair trade practices”.
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