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Enlargement serves the European Union - Polish president for FT

May 14th, 2019

Polish President Andrzej Duda wrote in his commentary for the Financial Times newspaper on Tuesday that the 2004 expansion of the EU was beneficial both for Poland and the then EU members, and appealed to the EU for a readiness to accept new members. "The postwar division of Europe, into western and eastern parts, was a separation imposed by force, in violation of all of the nations' and states' rights to liberty and self-determination. The lucky ones in the west began their path of European integration in the 1950s. Those of us under Soviet oppression did not have that chance. Our accession to the EU was a return to the natural state of affairs. Europe has always been our home, our natural habitat," Duda noted.


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