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Polish Deputy Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development Janusz Kowalski was unable to attend the CPAC Hungary conference in Budapest in early May, so he sent a video message to Hungarians.
In the short video released by the organizer, the Center for Fundamental Rights (Alapjogokért Központ), the politician said he believed the EU had changed a lot since the two countries joined the organization in 2004.
According to Kowalski, “corruption, extortion, and overpricing” have become commonplace. He said that the bureaucrats who blackmail Poland are serving Berlin’s interests.
We will not give in to blackmail, so I stand for a strong Poland and a strong Hungary,”
the politician emphasized.
“God bless Hungary,” the Polish Deputy Agriculture Minister concluded his short speech.
Featured photo via Facebook/Janusz Kowalski