Poland bets on new economic community with Romania, Ukraine
Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki laid out his hopes to build a new economic community in Central and Eastern Europe with the participation of Romania and Ukraine on Tuesday in Bucharest, where he also criticised powerful Western countries for undermining the region for many years.
At the Polish-Romanian intergovernmental consultations in Bucharest, Morawiecki stressed cooperation between Poland and Romania is key to making the region’s voice better heard.
“We cannot look at the European Union as those who must be listened to and must always have the best solutions transported in a suitcase to Bucharest or Warsaw,” he said, quoted byTVP public broadcaster.
In his speech, Morawiecki also praised his Romanian counterpart and the country’s president for pursuing a policy that aims for cohesion, synergy and efficiency between both countries.