The government of Denmark has proposed to introduce a ban on the sale of new gasoline and diesel cars starting from 2030. As the representative of the Danish Ministry of Energy, Utilities and Climate told Reuters, this proposal should be considered by the parliament. As previously reported, the UK and France plan to introduce a similar ban in their countries from 2040. Germany is also working on this issue. Thus, according to the decision of the Federal Administrative Court of Germany in Leipzig, the authorities of German cities were granted the right to impose a ban on the use of diesel cars. A similar ban was introduced in Hamburg.
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