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The German state of North Rhine-Westphalia declared a state of emergency due to the energy crisis.

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The federal state of North Rhine-Westphalia (Germany) has declared a state of emergency in connection with the energy crisis in the region. Reported by WDR.

Officials of the German federal state plan to take on new debt obligations of 5 billion euros to combat the energy crisis. An obstacle to this was the “debt brake”.

The WDR portal states that in order to borrow money, district officials plan to refer to an “exceptional emergency.” It is also emphasized that it emerged due to the conflict in Ukraine.

The region’s finance minister, Markus Optendrenck, planned to use the 3.5 billion-euro loan previously received from the state fund to support the fight against the coronavirus to fight the energy crisis. The auditors considered such a decision to be unconstitutional.

Source: Riafan

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