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  • Faithful to my Homeland, the Republic of Poland

     

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  • "The countries of Central and North Europe symbolize economic success, dynamic and responsible development, but also share many security challenges in the face of the disturbing developments in our immediate neighbourhood," the head of Polish diplomacy said. The participants of the second edition of the meeting taking place in Poland agreed that they share a similar assessment regarding a number of important regional issues and they expressed their readiness to further deepen their cooperation within this format. “New threats are emerging, while old, conventional ones have not disappeared. Poland is counting on permanent, close cooperation with the Visegrad Group, the Nordic and Baltic States in this and other topics,” Minister Waszczykowski said. “We talked about Brexit, migration, EU reform. We also dedicated time to international infrastructure and transport projects,” the head of Polish diplomacy said.