Saving the eurozone - no pleasing some countries...
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Saving the eurozone - no pleasing some countries... Michał Kubicki interviews Jan Krzysztof Bielecki from the PM Chancellery.
Jan Krzysztof Bielecki, head of the Economic Council at the Prime Minister’s Chancellery, says that the summit’s decisions aimed at saving the eurozone make some countries happy (Italy and Spain) and other less happy (Germany).
On the European Council President’s idea to create a banking union, Bielecki told reporter Michał Kubicki that ‘Poland is not in the position to block it, like the British government which said openly that it will try to block it. But of course we have to know much more about the nitty-gritty of the solution as for the time being the Polish banking sector has been sound and so to simply match it with struggling banking sector of Western Europe is not an easy decision for us.’
German Chancellor Angela Merkel arrives for the second day of the European Summit, in Brussels, Belgium, 29.06.2012. European Head of States will try to deliver a convincing response to the debt crisis during the summit taking place on 28 and 29 June. Photo: EPA/KOEN VAN WEEL