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Deputy EP head on Warsaw-Brussels conflict
June 22, 2018   
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Zdzislaw Krasnodebski
The Polish government is unlikely to make any more concessions in his ongoing strife with the European institutions concerning the judiciary reform in the country, Polish deputy head of the European Parliament and PiS affiliate Zdzislaw Krasnodebski tells the daily Rzeczpospolita in an interview.
There is no connection between the alleged breaches of the rule of law in Poland and the planned reduction in EU funds for the country as many other member states are also going to see their funds cut, Krasnodebski claims.
Poland will try to tap more into other EU funds, such as funds for innovations and development of sciences, or the new EU fund for defense industry in an attempt to make up for the potential losses in the new EU budgetary framework, he says.
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