President Klaus: Kaczynski’s death leaves me single-handed in struggle for EU nations’ sovereignty


Czech President Václav Klaus told the Polish daily Rzeczpospolita on Monday that Europe would be entirely different without his Polish colleague Lech Kaczynski. Mr Klaus said he was now single-handed in the struggle for greater sovereignty of EU nations. Václav Klaus, said he considered the late Polish president a close friend, with whom he also talked about many things including art. The Czech head of state said Mr Kaczynski had given him a copy of Andrzej Wajda’s film Katyn about the murder of around 20,000 Polish officers by the Soviet secret service.