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The President of Poland called not to introduce the euro in the country.

The President of Poland called not to introduce the euro in the country.

Poland should not introduce the euro, as there are too many problems in the eurozone, the country’s President Andrzej Duda said.

“We have the Polish zloty, our national currency is inscribed in our constitution, which also guarantees us a certain cushion of financial and monetary security. It also gives us independence and the ability to act in crisis situations. We do not need the problems of the euro zone today,” the Polish the president said.

Of the ten states that, like Poland, joined the European Union in 2004, only three have not yet switched to the euro – in addition to Poland itself, Hungary and the Czech Republic.