Germany's finance minister has revealed that the country will not follow the European Union's plans to issue a ban on the sale of new petrol and diesel cars from 2035. The European Commission is mandating a ban on the sale of new combustion engine cars and vans by 2035 and for a time, it appeared that Germany would follow suit. In fact, the legislation is managed by the Greens in Germany who operate the environment ministry and in March, the three-party government had agreed to support the Commission’s draft proposal on the 2035 ban.

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German Finance Minister Says EU Ban On Fossil Fuel Vehicles By 2035 Is WRONG - Will Not Comply

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