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News from Poland :: 18.10.2019

18.10.2019 15:05
Friday edition of our current affairs magazine
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In the magazine: Just hours before the meeting of EU leaders in Brussels, Britain and the EU agreed a deal under which they can divorce. In the words of Polish PM Mateusz Morawiecki, the agreement would secure the rights of Poles in Britain and the interests of Polish companies, for which Britain is an important export market. Also: with about a million Poles living in the UK, Warsaw has been closely following the Brexit negotiations in Brussels - we have a report from the European Parliament. And Warsaw backs EU accession talks with the Western Balkans. 

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