BUDAPEST (Reuters) – Poland’s authorities doesn’t need Poland to go away the European Union, the prime minister stated on Tuesday, accusing opposition politicians of spreading what he stated have been lies.
“Our expensive opposition are attempting to insinuate that we need to weaken the union by leaving the EU,” Mateusz Morawiecki stated throughout a summit of the 4 central and east European “Visegrad” nations within the Hungarian capital Budapest.
“That is clearly not simply faux information, it’s one thing worse – it’s a lie that goals to weaken the Union.”
(This story corrected typo in ‘opposition’ in headline)
(Reporting by Gergely Szakacs and Anita Komuves in Budapest and Alan Charlish and Pawel Florkiewicz in Warsaw; Modifying by Kevin Liffey)
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