President Emmanuel Macron’s visit to Poland in February will be a good chance to discuss transforming the Polish economy and the European Union budget, an anonymous source from the French Foreign Ministry told the Polish Press Agency (PAP).
The source explained that France hopes to touch on subjects meant to unite with Poland and not divide. They added that Macron will also be speaking about rule of law in Poland.
Although the details are still being discussed, the French embassy in Warsaw confirmed that Macron will be accompanied by Bruno Le Maire, the minister of economy and finance.
Macron will meet with Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki, President Andrzej Duda, representatives of French society in Poland, and Polish intellectuals on Feb. 3.