His talks with European Council President Charles Michel and European Commission chief Ursula von der Leyen were expected to focus on a range of issues including the bloc’s next multiannual budget for 2021-2027.
The visit comes at a time when EU heads of state and government are preparing for a special summit later this month during which they will attempt to agree on key points of a proposed budget for the bloc, according to the Polish prime minister’s office.
Morawiecki was earlier this month quoted as saying that the European Commission's proposal on the bloc’s new budget for 2021-2027 was “insufficient” and “not ambitious enough.”
At the end of last week, the Polish prime minister traveled to Portugal to attend a meeting of leaders from EU countries that form an informal group known as the “Friends of Cohesion.”
He later told reporters that the get-together produced a declaration in which the 17-member group said a “firm no" to any restrictions to the EU’s cohesion policy and agricultural policies.
Morawiecki at the end of last month discussed the EU’s new budget with German Chancellor Angela Merkel during a visit to Berlin.
He told reporters after those talks that he and Merkel both expected some tough negotiations on the bloc's common budget at a summit of leaders planned for February 20.
“I don’t expect much from these negotiations, but of course we will go into them with the good will to find a compromise,” he said at the time, adding that Poland was particularly interested in cohesion policy.
The EU’s cohesion policy aims to support development in poorer member states and help equalise standards of living across the bloc.