"The prime ministers will discuss topics such as challenges related to counteracting and combating the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic, social and migration policy, as well as the most important current issues in the field of enlargement policy. The talks will also cover the eastern policy of the European Union, including the situation in Belarus and relations with Russia in the context of preparations for the leaders' debate planned for the June European Council," government spokesman Piotr Müller indicated.

He pointed out that the cooperation between Poland and Slovakia in recent years has remained very intense - political meetings at the highest level are being held regularly, both in the bilateral and multilateral formula, especially within the Visegrad Group.

"The help we provided to Slovakia was an expression of special neighborly relations (...). More than 200 medics and firefighters-paramedics from Poland went to our southern neighbor then. We also made hospital places available to Slovak patients," recalled the spokesman of the Polish government.