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Polish presidency gets down to work

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Polish presidency gets down to work


The euro debt crisis, Schengen border controls and carbon emission reduction – there was plenty to talk about as European Commission officials sat down with the Polish government in Warsaw a week after Poland took over the rotating European presidency.

The flag was passed by Hungary, to the relief of many after a Hungarian presidency overshadowed by the nationalist leanings of the government in Budapest.

In contrast, Warsaw is pledging to breathe new energy into the EU as the union faces some of the toughest tests in its history.

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