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    Prime Minister Morawiecki Participates in Informal EU Leaders Meeting

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    In Zagreb, an informal gathering of European Union leaders, including Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki, took place as part of the preparations for the EU Strategic Agenda. Poland emphasizes that European integration should respect national sovereignty and be based on principles derived from negotiated compromises. Prime Minister Morawiecki underscored the significance of national institutions in determining priorities, especially when member states’ interests are at stake.

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