President of the European Council Donald Tusk said after a meeting with Prime Minister Beata Szydło in Warsaw ahead of an informal EU summit in Bratislava later this month that he persuaded the Prime Minister that Europe is something worth caring about, not attacking or questioning. “We need Europe,” Tusk said.
In Bratislava, the leaders of 27 EU countries will debate the bloc’s future after Brexit. “There will be ideas and emotions,” Tusk said. “The most important is that Poland doesn’t join those who want to rock the European ship,” he added.
The official also touched upon domestic matters, criticizing the opposition for ineffectiveness and divisions. “The opposition’s role is to criticize the rulers and not to fight each other.”