According to Matovič, Poland is a model of the fight against corruption and communism – Domestic – News

Prime Minister of the Slovak Republic Igor Matovič (OĽaNO).

Poland is a model in the fight against communism, corruption and Covid-19. The Slovak Prime Minister Igor Matovič (OĽaNO) told the media on Friday in the building of the Office of the Government of the Republic of Poland in Warsaw in a joint statement with the Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki.

At the same time, both prime ministers highlighted bilateral relations between Slovakia and Poland and expressed hope for further cooperation in the future.

“People living in Poland are our brothers and sisters. Poland is a beautiful country that has shown us the way to fight communism. In addition, Poland is also a model for the fight against corruption and the crown, “said Matovic. According to him, both states are coping with the coronary crisis very well, although he does not yet consider the fight against this virus over.

“Our relationship is great and can only get better. In addition to the things already mentioned, Poland is also a model for drawing on Eurofunds, and we want to learn from them in this. That is also why the Slovak delegation in the Republic of Poland includes the Minister for Investment, Regional Development and Informatization Veronika Remišová (For People), “said the Slovak Prime Minister. He also highlighted the cooperation of both countries in the field of tourism.

Today, Prime Minister Igor Matovič (OĽaNO) is taking part in a working visit to the Republic of Poland and at the Visegrad Four (V4) summit in Warsaw. In addition, he undergoes a reverential act of laying wreaths in the afternoon.

The central topics of the meeting will be the European Union’s multiannual financial framework for 2021-27 and the Reconstruction Fund to help the Member States of the European Union restart the economies affected by the SARS-CoV-2 coronary pandemic. The Heads of Government will also address the migration situation and other current European issues.

On this occasion, Babiš will formally hand over the rotating presidency of the Visegrad Four to Poland, informs the Czech government office. Poland officially took over the annual presidency of the group on 1 July.

The Prime Minister informed on the social network that 30 children from Slovak children’s homes became part of the official delegation for the first time.

The Prime Ministers of the V4 countries last met in person on June 11 in Lednice, Czech Republic. At the time, leaders supported a common EU approach to the crisis caused by the coronavirus pandemic, emphasizing fairness in the redistribution of the fund.

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