Poland has no plans to switch to the single European currency, Prime Minister Beata Szydło said on Tuesday, The Polish News reports.
Asked about when Poland will adopt the euro, Szydło said during a conversation with internet users that “there are no such plans”.
“It is beneficial for Poland to stay with its currency, the złoty,” she said.
Her comments echoed those of Finance and Development Minister Mateusz Morawiecki last week.
“We’re not ready now. If we are ready in 10-20 years in terms of micro- and macro-economics, then of course we will be able to consider it,” Morawiecki told a press conference.
Poland joined the European Union in 2004. Its accession treaty obliges it to adopt the common European currency at some point.