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WARSAW, November 6. /TASS/. Poland will return to the issue of euro entry after the 2015 parliamentary election, President Bronislaw Komorowsky said. He noted that Poland is not yet ready for it.
Earlier the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Poland, Grzegorz Schetyna, said that Warsaw does not reject the idea of adopting common European currency, but it is too early to set a date for euro adoption. He emphasized that the decision on adopting euro was made 10 years ago when Poland joined the European Union, and it did not abandon the idea.
"We should first finish the reforms of our economy and make sure that the Economic and Monetary Union is safe and stable," Schetyna said.
The Minister of Foreign Affairs expressed confidence that Poland, being a country with a significant economic potential, has a right for its voice to be respected alongside with other Eurozone members.