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Polish president issues letter ahead of Europe Day

08.05.2021 14:26
Poland’s president has joined fellow European Heads of State in issuing an invitation to debate the future of Europe.
Polish president Andrzej Duda
Polish president Andrzej DudaPhoto: PAP/Andrzej Lange

Marking Europe Day 2021, Andrzej Duda on Saturday issued a joint letter by presidents of 21 European Union member states calling for a broader and more inclusive discussion on the future priorities of the bloc.

The appeal comes ahead of “Europe Day” held May 9, which sees the beginning of the Conference on the Future of Europe. In their letter, the signatory Heads of State call on all EU citizens to use this unique opportunity to shape their common future. 

“The strength of European democracies lies in engaging the many voices of society,” the Presidents wrote in the letter.

“The challenges we face as Europeans are manifold: from tackling the climate crisis and the creation of green economies, while concurrently balancing the increasing competition among the global actors, to striving for the digital transformation of our societies,” the statement reads.

Full text available at president.pl