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Poland to negotiate EU budget in Brussels

19.02.2020 11:30
Poland is preparing to negotiate the EU's next seven-year budget at a special European Council meeting of the bloc’s 27 member states in Brussels on Thursday.
Polands European Affairs Minister, Konrad Szymanski, during a European general affairs council in Brussels
Poland's European Affairs Minister, Konrad Szymanski, during a European general affairs council in BrusselsPhoto: PAP/EPA

Many experts in Poland and abroad expect the negotiations to be long and difficult.

Britain's Financial Times says that the debate will be "acrimonious," while the Politico news service expects the summit to see "ferocious competition" and a "fierce fight" over how and where to allocate the bloc's funds.

Tomasz Ferenc has more...