Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki’s statement prior to his visit to Romania

The Informal Summit of Heads of State or Government of the European Union aims to discuss the EU’s strategy for the coming years, including the future budget, security issues and developing technologies. During his visit, the head of the Polish government will also address the subject of EU reform proposals which concern, i.a., the expansion of the common market, democratic procedures and the role of national parliaments.

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The Prime Minister stressed that among important topics there is also the issue of combating inequalities between and within EU countries. We propose that there should be as little protectionism and inequality as possible, which do not provide a good platform for cooperation and competitiveness of the whole EU he said.

Another issue with relevance for Poland concerns structural funds. We will also discuss the future budget and Poland’s position that structural funds, especially for agricultural policy, cannot suffer in the future Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki continued. At the same time, he stressed the need to increase resources for innovation and security, regarding both counter-terrorism and the Internet.

Poland marked its ability to integrate EU member states said the head of government and referred to the Warsaw Declaration which serves the interests of member states, signed on the occasion of the 15th anniversary of Poland’s accession to the EU.

The Prime Minister’s visit includes participation in the meeting of the Prime Ministers of the Visegrád Group, the meeting of state leaders with the President of the European Parliament as well as a working session for the Community’s country leaders.

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