Polish PM to represent Poland at COP21 in Paris
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Polish Prime Minister Beata Szydło will speak about the country’s climate policy at the Paris conference, which begins Monday, foreign minister Witold Waszczykowski has announced.
The expected outcome of the upcoming two-week UN talks on global warming is a new international agreement that will be applicable to all.
“[Poland] supports the overall goals,” Foreign Minister Waszczykowski stated, adding that “[Poland] supports that the air be cleaner and the protection of the environment more efficient.”
Waszczykowski, however, made it clear that “[Poland’s] economy cannot suffer from restrictions imposed by the world or the European Union,” adding that the conference does not concern the EU climate agenda.
Poland is sending a delegation of around 60 people to the conference in the French capital city. Prime Minister Beata Szydło will fly to Paris after Sunday’s EU-Turkey summit regarding migration in Brussels. (ua/aba/rk)