The positive and negative aspects regarding his country’s accession to the EU are exhaustively developed by the Polish Minister of Foreign Affairsr Mr Wlodzimierz Cimoszewiecz in an exclusive interview with eu2003.gr. Among other things, Mr Cimoszewicz expands his vision concerning the future of Europe.
"Naturally, being part of the region ourselves, Greece takes a special interest in South East Europe. The stability, democratisation, and economic development of the region are priorities which I believe can be best served by ensuring that this region has a real European prospect. This tops the priorities of the Greek EU Presidency. We have formulated an agenda for the further integration of the Western Balkans, based on the Stabilisation and Association Agreements and Partnership..."