The EU faces a lot of problems now, and Donald Trump’s election for U.S. president is not the one of these issues at hand. Witold Waszczykowski, the Foreign Minister of Poland, said this to Wprost.pl after the informal meeting in Brussels on Sunday.
‘We currently have issues with the Euro zone, and with Brexit…we’re losing Europe’s second and the world’s fifth largest economy due to that. And we have a lot of issues around Europe – the ongoing Ukraine-Russia conflict; we can’t figure out how to help Syria for five years already; we don’t know what to do with the Eastern Partnership project, which is essential for us. The EU’s special concern over the relations with the U.S. is a bit exaggerated,’ the Polish diplomat said.