Poland, which will take over the annual presidency of the Visegrad Group on July 1, will use the position to demonstrate Central European solidarity in the face of upcoming difficult negotiations and support next year’s possible EU expansion into Western Balkan, according to Polish diplomats in Brussels.
The period of Poland’s presidency will include negotiations between the UK and the EU on the shape of future relations, as well as negotiations on the upcoming seven-year EU budget for 2021-2027.
The coming period will also coincide with important legislative work in the European Commission regarding EU climate policy.
Work for the final program of Poland’s presidency in the Permanent Representation of the Republic of Poland to the European Union is still ongoing, with proposals sent to the other Visegrad Four capitals for review.
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