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Polish PM: EU assistance forms should be uniform
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08:45, March 03, 2009

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Assistance forms worked out by the European Union should be "uniform for every state," Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk said Monday while commenting on the outcome of an informal anti-crisis EU summit.

The Sunday summit opposed economic protectionism. EU leaders also rejected Hungarian plan of a special assistance for central and Eastern Europe.

"Poland has to prove today that its situation is different from that of the region's most threatened countries," Tusk told Channel One of the Polish Television.

The prime minister added that Poland would support detailed analysis of needs of each of the EU states. "Poland builds itself an image according to which it lies in a difficult region but is the best among the region's countries," he said.

It is Poland's task to gain from the EU assistance similar to those expected by France, Germany and England, he added.

Tusk stressed that Poland hopes for the EU to take care about the stability of currencies in the entire union.

According to the prime minister, the Sunday summit saw a fight for preventing the creation of an exclusive club of the rich that somehow will cope with the crisis and that are willing to forget a little about the weaker.

Source:Xinhua



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