2014 is a special year for Poland, as the country marks 10 years of EU accession, 15 years of NATO membership and 25 years since the fall of communism (see background).
In honor of the occasion, EurActiv asked Polish commentators to describe the country's economic and social renaissance .
Michael Schneider congratulates Donald Tusk following his election as next President of the European Council
Following the election of Donald Tusk as the next President of the European Council & Euro Summits, President Michael Schneider congratulated the Polish Prime Minister his new post, on behalf of the EPP Group in the Committee of the Regions, expressing his wishes for strengthened cooperation between the CoR and the Council:
"We are delighted by the appointment of Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk as the next President of the European Council. Together with Jean-Claude Juncker, the European People's Party will be able to lead the EU back to growth and ensure the best future for Europe's regions and cities".
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The European Council decided on Saturday (30.08) to elect Donald Tusk as President of the European Council, and to appoint Federica Mogherini as High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy.
The President of the European Council is elected for the period from 1 December 2014 until 31 May 2017. The mandate of two and a half years of the President of the European Council is renewable once. Donald Tusk was also appointed President of the Euro Summit, for the same period.
New country-specific factsheets are now available on the DG REGIO website. They provide key information on each Member State's plans for the 2014-2020 funding period, including breakdowns of the allocated amounts of Cohesion Policy funding and the main investment priorities. These sheets are also an up-to-date snapshot of results that have been achieved so far and refer to selected successful projects from the 2007-2013 period.