Donald Tusk, theformer president of the European Council and ex-prime minister of Poland, serves German interests, says the deputy chair of Law and Justice’s (PiS) parliamentary caucus, Marek Suski, while commenting on Tusk’s interview this week for Newsweek.
In the interview, Tusk argues that Poland is in a “dramatically dangerous place” and that he does not want “[Jaroslaw] Kaczyński to take Poland out of the EU, so he must be stopped”.
According to Tusk, the present Polish government will take Poland out of the EU if “we allow them to govern for much longer” and he believes that Kaczyński is “anti-European to the core in a cultural sense”.
Responding on public TVP Info, MP Suski said that “Donald Tusk represents the German point of view”.
”He is Angela Merkel’s messenger boy serving German interests in Europe and beyond,” said Suski.
According to Suski, “Donald Tusk does not identify with Polish…
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