Transport ministers from the Czech Republic, Germany, Italy, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Hungary and Slovakia on Monday have discussed their push to change proposed European Union vehicle emission limits. This propose Euro 7 law, which EU countries will begin the negotiations this year would begin to tighten limits on health-harming pollutants including nitrogen oxides. The EU has said that the benefits that come with this would massively outweigh the costs despite said costs being largely significant. However some countries including the Czech Republic are against these proposed laws as they believe this will be burdensome for the industry with most countries against this having big car-making sectors in their country. An EU official has also discussed how the law’s deadlines may be unrealistic.