Sunday, November 6, 2022

Polish President Says Warsaw Will No Longer Make Concessions To European Commission

 Poland will no longer make concessions to the European Commission, President Andrzej Duda said on Sunday.

In June, the European Commission approved the post-COVID recovery plan for Poland, allocating over 35 billion Euros ($34.9 billion) for this purpose. The Polish plan (KPO) was approved with a delay despite the EU's continued claims that Warsaw wasn't complying with the European rule of law. However, European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen said later that the European Union would allocate the KPO funds to Poland only if the country implemented the reforms required by the bloc.

"I will no longer take any response steps to proposals from that side.

As far as I know, we have met all the conditions to receive money under the KPO, our spending plan has been approved. We are waiting for the payment," Duda said in an interview with Polish news portal Sieci.

Duda said he believed that a group of "left-liberal" politicians in Brussels wanted to achieve a change of power in Poland.

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