THE CZECH presidency of the European Union (EU) has said it will redouble its aims to push ahead with planned energy reforms to strengthen the EU's ability to withstand the recurrence of a crisis such as the recent Russia-Ukraine gas row.
In a meeting of the EU Council of Ministers (general affairs), the Czech deputy prime minister Alexandr Vondra said there were "areas where [his government] intends work to be speeded up and given the highest priority."
These included reaching an agreement by the end of March ...

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