Polish embassy fires back after allegations

Poland’s ambassador to Denmark says his country is doing precisely as the EU asked it to when it gives advice to Polish firms for how best to compete in Denmark.

The embassy came under fire last month, after it was reported that its guidelines for Polish firms allegedly included a warning to avoid unions.

Rafal Wisnewski said the translation of the guidelines was incorrect, but added that the embassy would change the wording so it was clearer.

Wisnewski said the embassy would also continue to advise companies about how best to do business, and that that should contact an employer organisation before they spoke with unions. 


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