The Polish-Czech intergovernmental consultations that were held today in Warsaw were co-chaired by the Prime Ministers of both countries: Donald Tusk and Petr Neczas. The agricultural and food issues were covered during the meeting of the agricultural sub-table attended by the ministers of agriculture of Poland and the Czech Republic: Stanisław Kalemba and Petr Bendl.
“Our countries will take up joint actions to protect the good name of the Polish and Czech products,” said Prime Minister Donald Tusk during a press conference organised after the Monday consultations.
Whereas Minister Kalemba emphasized that in case of any reservations as to the quality of food, the services of the two countries competent for food security will contact each other directly and clarify doubts.
Prime Minister Tusk ensured that the information made public will take account only of proven product quality tests and not rumours and gossips. “It is of vital importance that the communications on the quality of Polish food exported to the Czech Republic have very solid formal grounds,” stressed the Polish Prime Minister...