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Poland faces "consequences" if exits women's rights treaty – France

29.07.2020 12:10
Poland would face possible financial consequences if it pulled out from a European treaty on preventing violence against women, France's junior minister for Europeans affairs said on Wednesday.
French President Emmanuel Macron (2-R) and EU adviser Clement Beaune (R) attend a video conference at the Elysee Palace in Paris, 10 March 2020.
French President Emmanuel Macron (2-R) and EU adviser Clement Beaune (R) attend a video conference at the Elysee Palace in Paris, 10 March 2020.Photo: Michel Euler/POOL

Earlier this month, Poland's justice minister, who represents a smaller right-wing party within the ruling coalition, said he would request steps to begin the process of withdrawing from the treaty, known as the Istanbul Convention.

France's Clément Beaune said Poland could be "hit in the wallet" thanks to new mechanisms in the EU budget if it withdrew from the treaty.

"There will be consequences if it does," Beaune told France Inter radio.

(Reporting by Michel Rose; Editing by Alex Richardson)

Source: Reuters