Poland wants voice on euro to join new EU pact-PM.
European leaders are expected to sign off on the treaty at a summit on Jan. 30 to enforce stricter budget controls mainly in the debt-stricken euro zone, but Prime Minister Donald Tusk said Warsaw was seeking concessions: "If Poland does not win an appropriate status of participant in the euro zone meetings, which would give us a feeling that we take part in the decision-making process (...) we will find it difficult to sign the fiscal pact," Tusk said.
"We will not accept such a model." Tusk may be facing an uphill battle as France strongly opposes allowing non-euro states to attend the single currency area meetings.
-- SPA 19:04 LOCAL TIME 16:04 GMT
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|Date:||Jan 24, 2012|
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