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Committee set up to launch process towards cleaner transport

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A committee has been set up to launch the process of that would lead to a public consultation process on the migration to cleaner transport.

The committee was set up by Environment Minister José Herrera.

Following wide consultation, the country would be able to identify the year by when internal combustion engine vehicles would be prohibited, he said.

He added that this step required several infrastructural, environmental and legal challenges.

The committee would be led by Environment and Resources Authority official Anthony Aquilina, who will be assisted by George Cassar, Jason Joseph Agius, permanent secretary Christopher Cutajar and Peter Paul Barbara.

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