A Polish deputy foreign minister has accused the European Union of applying "double standards" when it comes to conservative countries in the EU and added that this can be harmful to European integration.
The Polish prime minister has stated that Poland's place is in the European Union but added that this could not mean the end of its sovereignty.
The demands of the European Commission and the European Parliament for the prime minister to withdraw his motion sent to the country’s Constitutional Tribunal hit at Poland’s sovereignty, the leader of the ruling party Law and Justice (PiS) wrote in a letter.
Donald Tusk, leader of Poland's main opposition party, the centrist Civic Platform (PO), has said that today true and mature patriotism also calls for keeping Poland in the EU.
President Andrzej Duda has described Poland's membership in the European Union as an achievement of civilisation and stated that Poland wants to be an active participant in the EU.
A spokesman for the Polish government has said that all recommendations made by the European Commission regarding the post-pandemic National Recovery Plan have been implemented.
Polish President Andrzej Duda at the annual meeting of the Arraiolos Group in Rome on Wednesday described the European Union as an "absolutely perfect project" and offered ideas on how to strengthen its international standing.
Poland's ruling conservative ruling party Law and Justice in a Wednesday resolution rejected the possibility of Poland leaving the European Union after hints by prominent party members prompted the opposition to accuse PiS of drafting Polexit plans.
Jaroslaw Kaczynski, a deputy prime minister and leader of the ruling Law and Justice (PiS) party, has said he sees Poland's future in the EU and that there will be “no Polexit” although Poland wishes to remain a sovereign country.
The vast majority of Poles want Poland to stay in the European Union, according to a poll published on Tuesday.