Government spokesman Piotr Müller told the news agency that the meeting had focused on “cooperation between different groupings in the European Parliament."
“The Polish prime minister meets with many political groups in Europe,” the Polish government spokesman said.
Le Pen, the leader of France's far-right National Rally party, formerly known as the National Front, has seen her support hover around 16 to 18 percent in the latest polls, with the incumbent head of state, Emmanuel Macron, on 24-27 percent, ahead of a presidential ballot in April, the Polish state news agency reported.
It noted that the leader of Poland’s governing Law and Justice (PiS) party, Jarosław Kaczyński, in July signed a declaration with several other centre-right and conservative groupings represented in the European Parliament.
The signatories at the time included Hungarian leader Viktor Orban and France's Le Pen, on behalf of their parties, as well as groupings from Italy, Spain, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Greece, Finland, Denmark, Estonia, the Netherlands, Lithuania and Romania, according to the PAP news agency.
They called for a comprehensive, “back-to-basics” reform of the EU, with a sovereign role for European nations, arguing that people’s trust in the bloc’s institutions was being undermined by “a reinterpretation of the Treaties,” PAP reported.
Morawiecki has been in Brussels since Thursday as the EU leaders convened for a two-day summit whose agenda is topped by rising energy prices, the rule of law, migration and trade, among other issues, according to officials.