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Macron, Poland's Szydlo laud compromise after a summer of rows

Europe
23.11.2017
By our dpa-correspondent and Europe Online    auf Facebook posten  Auf Twitter posten  
Paris (dpa) - French President Emmanuel Macron and Polish Prime Minister Beata Szydlo on Thursday talked up their ability to reach compromises, despite the French leader‘s previous sharp criticism of Warsaw‘s conservative government.

Macron said dialogue with Poland had enabled agreement to be reached on a new European security and military policy and he wanted further dialogue around proposals to reform the European transport sector.

"It is always possible to find compromise," Szydlo in turn said.

But the Polish premier warned that EU reforms called for "consultation with all members, not just with the biggest ones."

In June, amid debate over refugee relocation in the EU, Macron accused "some European leaders" of "a double betrayal" in comments that were widely seen as aimed at Poland and Hungary and drew a sharp response from Warsaw.

In August the French president returned to the fray when Szydlo opposed his plans to increase protection for workers sent by their employer to another EU state.

The Polish government had "decided to place itself on the margins of Europe," he charged at the time.

On Thursday Macron said that he had never "judged" Poland‘s controversial judicial reform proposals which would give the government more influence over the appointment of judges.

The issue was whether the reforms were compatible with EU standards and values, he said. "We will continue to discuss this subject of concern."

"What matters today is that we are sitting around a table," Szydlo said. "What matters is compromise."

 

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