EUOBSERVER / BRUSSELS - Non-eurozone country Poland has signalled it wants to be in the room for upcoming eurozone discussions on deeper economic integration and boosting competitiveness.
On 11 March, the 17 EU states that employ the single currency are to hold a summit of premiers and presidents in the European capital.
"We want to share ownership of the discussion of member states on how to make the EU more competitive," the Polish junior minister for EU affairs, Mikolaj Dowgielewicz, told EUobserver. "Poland has something to offer ... We can share our best practice with the other member states. Already as long ago as 1997 we introduced our own debt brake," he noted.
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