The diplomatic offensive of Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki is underway. On Wednesday, after the morning meeting with French President Emmanuel Macron, the head of government talked on Wednesday afternoon with the Prime Minister of Slovenia, Janez Jansa. The main topic of the talks was the situation on the eastern border of the European Union and the threat posed by Russia. This is part of the prime minister’s broader activity in trying to consolidate Europe in the face of the Russian threat.
However, the politician of the Left, Krzysztof Śmiszek, makes fun of the prime minister’s actions. In his opinion, the entire action of the head of government is delayed and resembles “panicky running around Europe”.
– The English have a saying “run like a headless chicken” and I have the impression that Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki drives around this Europe like this headless chicken – said the MP in an interview with Polsat News.
Śmiszek believes that the entire Morawiecki offensive is too late, there is too little of it, too compulsive and without much plan. – Let him drive, let him establish contacts, but whether such a diplomatic offensive is organized when the milk was spilled, or whether our services did not know 3-4 months ago that something like this was being prepared by Lukashenka – he estimates.
Prime Minister’s offensive
Prime Minister Morawiecki is implementing the diplomatic offensive announced on Friday, which is to strengthen the Polish position in the hybrid conflict with the regime of Alexander Lukashenka.
The head of government has already met, inter alia, with the leaders of Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Croatia and France. As the government spokesman announced on Wednesday, the next politicians with whom Morawiecki will meet will be German Chancellor Angela Merkel and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
During his visit to Germany, Morawiecki will also talk to the candidate for chancellor Olaf Schulz from the SPD.
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