Polish PM Morawiecki, France's President Macron to discuss economy, migration

Poland's Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki said on Friday that during his planned visit to Paris he will talk to France's President Emmanuel Macron about economic cooperation, migration and threats from Russia and China.

Morawiecki is scheduled to visit Paris on March 17.

"Certainly, our agenda will include a very extensive topic of economic cooperation in the post-COVID-19 era," he told a press conference, adding the focus will be on "the most strategic sectors".

The two leaders are also to discuss migration from Africa and geopolitical threats from Russia and China.

Last time the two leaders met was in February 2020 when Macron visited Warsaw.