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Morawiecki thanked V4 leaders for their solidarity

“The Visegrad Group works together and is strongly based on solidarity,” PM Mateusz Morawiecki claimed at the EU-Arab League summit. The Polish PM thanked the other V4 leaders for their solidarity when it came to Poland’s recent dispute with Israel.

PM Morawiecki attended the EU-Arab League summit in Sharm El-Sheikh and held bilateral talks with, among others, Czech PM Andrej Babiš and Slovakian PM Peter Pellegrini. 

“I’m pleased that the situation, when it comes to Polish-Israeli relations, is heading towards a kind of stability. The PMs told me, that they understand our situation very well, and our position and held bilateral talks in Israel,” Morawiecki said.

The Polish PM underlined the strength of the V4’s unity. “These talks confirm that we [V4] are on the same wavelength and I can express great happiness due to the fact, that the V4 operates in such a coherent, united way.”

We are on the same wavelength and I can express great happiness due to the fact, that the V4 operates in such a coherent, united way

The crisis between Poland and Israel exploded when the Israeli media quoted a supposed speech of PM Benjamin Netanyahu during his stay at the Warsaw Middle East conference. According to the media, Netanyahu said that Poles collaborated with the Germans in the Holocaust.

Morawiecki said the talks also concerned the negotiations of the EU’s next budget perspective. The PM argued that Poland agrees with the rest of the V4, which means that the government will be able to fight out a “very good budget for Poland.”

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