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Mateusz Morawiecki in Brussels. The former prime minister met with Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni

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Former Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki went to Brussels on Thursday, where he met the head of the Italian government, Giorgia Meloni. PiS MP Piotr Mueller said that the purpose of Morawiecki’s visit was to “pursue Polish interests.” On the same day, an extraordinary summit of the European Union was held in the Belgian capital, at which Poland was represented by Prime Minister Donald Tusk.

An extraordinary summit of the European Union took place in Brussels. Its topic was new support for Ukrainewhich was agreed to by all EU countries, including those that have so far raised objections Hungary. Poland was represented at the summit by Prime Minister Donald Tusk.

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The former prime minister also went to Brussels Mateusz Morawiecki. In a post on the platform, X announced that he had met the Prime Minister Italian Giorgia Meloni. Law and Justice and the Meloni Brothers Italians party in the European Parliament represent the European Conservatives and Reformists faction.

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Morawiecki talked to Meloni

“The conversation with Giorgia Meloni was, as always, specific. Especially about the EU’s migration policy and the need to support Ukraine. Poland needs strong alliances and loyal partners. Together we can do more,” former Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki wrote on the X platform (formerly Twitter).

Mueller: Morawiecki is seeking Polish interests

PiS MP and former government spokesman Piotr Mueller wrote about the purposes of Morawiecki’s visit to Brussels.

“Mateusz Morawiecki is striving for Polish interests there, including in the context of the migration package, farmers’ issues, attempts to change treaties and security-related matters. Many of them depend on the approach of other countries. That is why the Polish perspective must be shown everywhere. The goal of the Work Team for Poland “There is also our activity on the international forum,” he wrote.

“I know that this is a change in the actions of the opposition. When it was the Civic Platform, its representatives were involved in blocking various important activities for Poland in EU institutions,” he added.

Main photo source: Twitter/Mateusz Morawiecki

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