Problems connected with tax havens should be a major topic in the EU, Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki said at Thursday's Brussels Forum. More EU attention to the tax haven problem would save Europe considerable funding for necessary development projects and help bring the political elites closer to regular society in the EU countries, he said, suggesting tax havens should be one of topic in the context of creating a vision for Europe. "Ninety nine percent of the population don't like tax havens. So I'm very much in favour of addressing ... this issue decisively. This would bring more money to Europe and would bring people closer to the political class of each particular country. This new money could be used for some infrastructure development projects, for completing the European single market ... This is a new area to be addressed, a new idea for the EU."