Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki went to Spain on Sunday afternoon. On Monday, together with the head of the Spanish government, Pedro Sánchez, they will chair the 13th Polish-Spanish intergovernmental consultations. At the end of them, a joint declaration of the heads of both governments will be adopted.
This year’s consultations will take place in Alcalá de Henares, a city 30 km from Madrid, the largest Polish community in Spain. The Association of Poles in Spain “Orzeł Biały” and the Association of Parents of Polish Speaking Children “Polonica” operate there. The head of government is planning a meeting with the Polish community on Sunday after arriving in Madrid.
In the intergovernmental consultations, which will start on Monday morning, apart from Prime Minister Morawiecki, deputy Prime Minister, minister of development, labor and technology Jarosław Gowin will participate. The ministers of infrastructure, internal affairs and administration, foreign affairs, climate and environment, the minister for the European Union and the government plenipotentiary for the Central Communication Port will also meet with their counterparts.
The program includes a talk between prime ministers and ministers, followed by a joint plenary session.