Poland's Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki meets with First Vice-President of European Commission Frans Timmermans in Warsaw, Poland, April 9, 2018. Agencja Gazeta/Slawomir Kaminski via REUTERS
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Poland and the European Union are now engaged in a "genuine dialogue" toward ending a row over Polish reforms Brussels fears undermine judicial independence, a top EU official said Wednesday.Brussels on Dec. 20 launched unprecedented legal action against Warsaw over "systemic threats" to the independence of the Polish judiciary, and gave it three months to say how it will comply.Warsaw handed Brussels a reply on March 20, which the commission is now studying.The stakes are high if Warsaw fails to satisfy Brussels.
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