H.E Radoslaw Sikorski's keynote address discusses the reasons why Poland wants the UK to remain part of the European Union.
Mr Sikorski, graduate of Pembroke College, Oxford has a genuine
appreciation of Great Britain. Last year he paid tribute to Margaret
Thatcher and ‘Her moral inspiration in the struggle to free Poland from
Communism and domination by the Soviet Union’.
For Poland to enter the European Union in 2004 was a massive step and
one which is today supported by 77% of the population. It has been an
economic success throughout the EU recession with constant growth
albeit continuing high unemployment levels.
The issue today: Does the EU work for this Century? David Cameron is
calling for a renegotiation of Britain’s membership subject to a
Referendum on remaining a Member in 2017. Mr. Sikorski argues
energetically in favour of the EU.
A response will be given by Mr Nirj Deva, MEP Conservative, South East England.
Photo source: Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Poland.
Date: Monday 10th March
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