Polish PM says new opening in EU requires new faces, new ideas

by PAP

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Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki, commenting on Frans Timmermans's candidacy for president of the European Commission (EC) in Brussels on Monday, said the new opening in the EU that is "undoubtedly" visible today requires new faces and new ideas.

Morawiecki said after the postponement until Tuesday of the ongoing EU summit in Brussels that the V4 countries (Poland, Hungary, the Czech Republic and Slovakia), as well as some Eastern European states and Italy, had voiced strong opposition against Timmermans taking over as chief of the EU's executive body.

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