Polish people are known for their heroism, and no British politician knows more about their outstanding war record than our Foreign Secretary. So understandably Boris Johnson zoomed over to Poland to give support to such a valued ally as soon as it became clear that Poland also is considering giving up EU membership. He will then vist the Ukraine with the Polish FM. The leader of the country’s ruling party, Jarosław Kaczyński, said the Polish eurocrat, Donald Tusk, “cannot under any circumstances count on our support” for a second term as the head of the influential Brussels body.
Danish Foreign Minister Jean Asselborn questioned whether the eastern European nation would remain within the crumbling Brussels bloc under Jaroslaw Kaczynski – the chairman of the ruling Law and Justice party in Poland. Kaczynski wants to avoid deeper integration with Brussels and is expected to help fight for the rights of Poles in Britain once Article 50 is triggered.So Boris has plenty of vital matters to discuss with the Poles. But his love of Polish history caused him to meet with Polish veterans, Boris has always loved to hear the opinions of the people.