Serhat TUNAR -TDO- French President Emmanuel Macron believes Poland will fill the gap created in the tripartite leadership Country structure after the UK sobered up from its membership of the European Union. According to Macron, the three countries that will lead the European Union are now Germany, France and Poland.
Emmanuel Macron, who met with Polish President Andrzej Duda in Warsaw, argued that a summit should be held before the summer arrives to revive relations between Germany and Poland.
Claiming that the three countries bear the responsibility for Europe's future on their shoulders, the French President argued that there should be no gap in the balance of power on the continent post-Brexit.
On his visit, Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki, who met with the Macron, and underlined that this is a very important and special behind Brexit contact the following expressions used: "between the strategic partners will shows, and more powerful, sovereign and draws attention to the importance of fruitful dialogue for a united Europe."