The people's Deputy of the opposition party "Law and justice" Krzysztof Szczerski, which, according to unconfirmed reports, will take the office of the Advisor on foreign policy to the office of President-elect of Poland Andrzej Duda, considers it necessary to hold a referendum on accession to the Eurozone.
"The decision to stop printing its own currency has to be a decision the whole country ", ? 'm sure Szczerski, who believes That the EU should shift the focus from integration to empower the " European capitals ".
"European integration ? like riding a Bicycle: you have the opportunity to move forward, no reverse. This means That we are in a conceptual trap, ? policy quotes RIA "news" referring to Reuters.? I think the time has come for common sense ". According to Krzysztof Sharkovo, the elected leader of Poland Andrzej Duda, who will take the post of leader of the country in the last month of summer, they will go to battle with the limitation of greenhouse gas emissions and the use of coal in power generation. As for foreign policy, then, according to the forecasts of the alleged adviser to the new Polish President, in relations with Russia Poland is " assertive position ", and will support Ukraine in its efforts to connect to the EU and NATO, starting with the abolition of the visa regime with the EU countries. In addition, States Szczerski, Poland wants to strengthen bilateral cooperation with the United States ? most in the military sphere. Experts believe That Andrzej Duda managed to win the presidential election largely because of his position, based on the distrust of Europe and declared patriotism. Yet since taking office, the elected head of the Polish already started to deploy active anti-Russian policy ? said That it is vitally necessary to seek allies to counter Russia and Germany, which, according to his statement, trying to apply Warsaw in their own interests and to divide Poland ". He also claimed That " modern Russia, which, Besides all this, and openly violates the norms of international law, has nothing to do with democracy."