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CEE leaders sign “Warsaw Declaration”

The “Warsaw Declaration on the reunification of Europe - Our Union, our future” was signed by the participants of the Together For Europe – High Level Summit.

The Declaration concerned the importance for the governments of all EU member states to participate in EU decision-making on the same rules and in the spirit of loyalty and unity. It was underlined that the achievements of the EU should be protected, and such an approach should be carried out towards all EU members.

The politicians pointed out that it is also important for the EU to oppose the “growing protectionism in their territories and outside of them” and remove the obstacles in the way of further integration and the establishment of optimal conditions for economic cooperation, which would benefit all EU member states.

The integration of the Western Balkans was agreed to be an important element of strengthening the EU and should continue to be a strategic political goal of the Union.

Aside from PM Mateusz Morawiecki, the PMs of Bulgaria – Bojko Borisov, Croatia – Andrej Plenkovic, Czech Republic – Andrej Babis, Estonia – Juri Ratas, Lithuania – Saulius Skvernelis, Malta – Joseph Muscat, Romania – Viorica Dancila and Hungary – Viktor Orban, participated in the summit.

The head of the Cyprus House of Representatives Demetris Sylluris, as well as the Foreign Minister of Latvia Edgars Rinkeviczs, the deputy PM of Slovakia Richard Raszi, the deputy PM of Slovenia Miro Cerar and the deputy president of the European Commission Jyrki Katainen also took part.

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