Polish prime minister Mateusz Morewiecki said on Thursday that Poland will not bow to EU “blackmail”, but is open to dialogue with the EU Commission, EUobserver reports.
“We will not act under blackmail pressure attempts,” the Polish PM said as he arrived at the EU summit in Brussels, where several leaders said they were concerned over Poland’s recent court ruling that questioned the primacy of EU law.
Following the meeting of bloc leaders when asked what has been achieved in discussions with the Poles, Belgian prime minister Alexander De Croo said: “to put it bluntly, not much”, Euractiv.com reports.
“There is a witch-hunt in Europe against Poland. The truth is on the side of the Poles,” Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said in Brussels.