Poland warns it may not adopt EU’s Rome Declaration

Polish Prime Minister Beata Szydlo said Poland may not accept the Rome Declaration, which will declare the EU's actions after the UK's departure, if the document does not deal with the issues that Warsaw considers important.

The draft declaration says EU leaders will work together towards a union that promotes economic and social progress, cohesion, and convergence, and takes into consideration the variety of social models and the key role of social partners. Szydlo said the declaration won't be accepted if it doesn't include Poland's four top priorities - EU unity, protection of NATO cooperation, strength of governments, and the rules of the common market.

Source: VOV5