British PM Theresa May said before the Polish-British intergovernmental consultations on Thursday that Poland is one of the closest friends and allies of Great Britain and valued the contribution of Polish migrants to her country's development.
At the conclusion of a special Brexit summit in Brussels on Sunday, Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki said the agreed deal guarantees the rights of Polish citizens in Britain. He added that it had also managed to settle financial issues.
Without Great Britain, the EU's position in the international arena may be weakened, making it more vulnerable to external threats, wrote the foreign ministers of Poland, Lithuania and Romania, on the Politico news portal.
The brochure entitled ‘Brexit – what businesspeople should know’ warns: “Regardless of the final shape of future relations between the EU and Great Britain, every entrepreneur could face difficulties in mutual trade.”
Poland's Minister of Entrepreneurship and Technology, Jadwiga Emilewicz, said on Friday that Poles have already established over 60,000 companies in Great Britain, and London is Warsaw's third-largest trade partner.