Speaking at the University of Heidelberg, Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki continued the traditions of the European duumvirate: France and Germany. Emmanuel Macron gave an important speech in 2017 at the Sorbonne in Paris, and Olaf Scholz last year in Prague at the Charles University. "They both talked mainly about the future of Europe, which, in their opinion, means more EU above all," notes ONDŘEJ ŠMIGOL on the Echo24.cz website. "Morawiecki also spoke mainly about the future…
Ukraine will have only one attempt at a major counter-offensive. If it fails, it will be extremely difficult to get funding for the next one, Czech President Petr Pavel said in an interview for Rzeczpospolita Daily. Petr Pavel in Poland. Photo by Roman Vondrous/PAP/CTK (JAP)
“We do not believe in a superstate of 27 EU member states. We want a return of a union of homelands" - Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki said in an interview for the Italian newspaper "La Stampa". Polish PM Mateusz Morawiecki. Photo by Andrzej Lange / PAP (JAP)
The war in Ukraine has "exposed the truth about Russia", but it "has also exposed the truth about Europe", Mateusz Morawiecki said in an op-ed piece published today by the euractiv.com and on The Spectator website.
– Russia is pursuing an imperialist expansionist policy, with Vladimir Putin aiming to regain the glory of the old Russian Empire – Marek Kuchciński told in the interview for Mandiner. According to a politician from the ruling party Justice and Justice (PiS) the European Court of Justice has ruled unfairly on the rule of law mechanism.