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Spain's Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez has his fellow citizens to their neckties to help save energy and the planet. Mr Sanchez made his plea at a press conference on Friday. He journalists tieless, and called on Spanish people to his lead amid the country's months-long heatwave. He stated: "I would like you to see that I am not a tie. I have asked all ministers and public decision-makers to likewise. That we can all save energy." He : "I would also like to the private sector that...they should not wear a tie either because, in that way, we will all be to the energy savings that are so necessary for our country."

Mr Sanchez said Spain would soon "urgent" energy-saving measures to the climate crisis, and to reduce its reliance on Russian gas. Many other European countries are what they can to be less dependent on Russia for fuel in the wake of the Ukraine War. It as yet unclear what actions Mr Sanchez will to save energy. His government has already restrictions on the use of air conditioners and heating appliances in the workplace. The recent heatwaves and rising energy prices have their toll on Spain. More than 500 people have away in the past two weeks because of the heat. Spain has also a relief package of $9.2 billion to help people energy bills.

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