Poland says all must be done to stop others from leaving EU

June 24, 2016 14:13


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WARSAW - Poland's President Andrzej Duda said on Friday efforts should be made to prevent other countries from leaving the European Union after Britain voted to leave the bloc.

"One must do everything to prevent other countries from leaving," Duda told reporters.

Warsaw want to maintain its economic and defence ties with Britain, he said.

Duda also reiterated his cabined continued working on legislative solutions to help hundreds of thousands of Poles saddled with Swiss franc mortgages. The franc briefly rose to its highest level against the zloty currency after the British vote results were published.

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