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Monday, 13 November 2006

Russia is not an easy partner

On 13 November 2006, Undersecretary of State at the Chancellery of the President of the Republic of Poland Andrzej Krawczyk received the Belgian Ambassador to Poland, Jan Luykx.

Bilateral relations were reviewed in the course of the meeting, and their high quality was underlined. The partners agreed that Polish-Belgian relations were very good. Both parties declared their willingness to continue harmonious cooperation and their resolve to maintain intensive relations. Ambassador Jan Luykx showed deep interest in the forthcoming Weimar Triangle summit and declared his desire to meet again with Minister Andrzej Krawczyk on the eve of the summit.

The Ambassador also showed understanding for Poland’s policy vis-à-vis Russia. He agreed with Minister Krawczyk’s opinion that Russia was not an easy partner. He emphasized the existing difficulties in communication between Russia and the other European countries. In his opinion, however, Poland should have informed the other EU member states much earlier of its problems resulting from the Russian embargo on Polish agricultural and food products.

Major international developments were also discussed in the course of the meeting. Other subjects included the forthcoming NATO summit in Riga and the European Union’s relations with its Eastern neighbours.
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