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Parliamentary question - E-002175/2023Parliamentary question

Anti-nuclear lobbying by German foundations in France and Poland

Question for written answer  E-002175/2023
to the Commission
Rule 138
Kosma Złotowski (ECR)

According to a report by the French School of Economic Warfare, Germany is spending millions on measures targeting France’s nuclear industry. The Heinrich Böll and Rosa Luxemburg foundations, which are financed by the federal government, are seeking to slow down or hinder the development of nuclear energy in France by means of publications, scholarships, training courses and meetings with politicians and opinion formers[1].

The aim of this campaign is to make the French economy less competitive by depriving it of cheap and stable energy. The German foundations’ activities are also undermining the interests of other countries, including Poland, which are relying on nuclear power for the energy transition.

Submitted: 11.7.2023

Last updated: 17 July 2023
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