Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki before visiting Brussels

The Common Agricultural Policy, subsidies for farmers, but also the Rural Development Programme, the framework of which we use to modernise the infrastructure of rural areas and agriculture are the main topics that we are interested in said the Head of Government before the meeting in Brussels, which will be the place of discussions with representatives of the European Commission.


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Photo: Filip Błażejowski / Chancellary of the Prime Minister

The Prime Minister will begin his visit by meeting with the European Commissioner of Agriculture and Rural Development, Phil Hogan. The talks will resume on Monday, when the Prime Minister has meeting schedule includes the Vice-President of the EC Maroš Šefčovič and Commissioner for Budget and Human Resources Günther Oettinger.

The goal of the visit is to discuss the current EU agenda regarding the Commissioners' dossier, in particular the progress in negotiations on the EU’s multi-annual budget for the years 2021-27 and the energy-climate policy.

We are well on our way to making this budget even better for Poland than we previously assumed said the head of the government. He stressed that the main elements of this budget with regard to agriculture will be definitely more favourable than what the European Commission proposed to the Member States 11 months ago.

The Prime Minister also announced that during his visit to Brussels he will take part in the ceremony of signing an important agreement for the energy industry.


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