Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki at the Western Balkans Summit

Sharing our experience and observations with our partners is an extremely important process said the Prime Minister on the Friday Summit during which previous actions undertaken under the Berlin Process were summarized and plans for the future were discussed.

Kanclerz Angela Merkel, premier Mateusz Morawiecki, premier Boyko Borisov, premier Zoran Zaew ściskają sobie ręce.
Photo: Krystian Maj / Chancellery of the Prime Minister

The Head of Government pointed out that Poland shares with the participants of the Berlin Process its experience concerning the formation of efficient state and local government institutions, efficient tax authorities, as well as experience concerning the fight against corruption. Our experience in these matters is important for Southern Europe states he said.

As the Head of Government highlighted, where historical differences appear, importance should be given to economic cooperation. He added that trade as well as promoting young entrepreneurs, start-ups and small and medium-sized enterprises is the right way of integration.

I am very confident that this integration will soon be successfully concluded and that these six countries will be part of the EU said the Prime Minister referring to: Serbia, Montenegro, Albania, Macedonia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Kosovo.

The Berlin Process is an initiative the aim of which is to integrate the six Western Balkans countries with the European Union and to strengthen regional cooperation in the field of economic growth and expansion of infrastructure. This year, Poland took leadership in the Berlin Process.


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