Ela

Interview

Ela

“My name is Ela, I live in Berlin for the last 3 years. In my professional life, I am a land surveyor/civil engineer. I enjoy traveling to new places, learning new facts about other countries and cultures.”

Ela, what is your personal view of Europe?

In today’s world it is very important for countries to cooperate with one another, debate on economical, environmental and political topics, try to make common decisions and support each other. I think it is very difficult to achieve, but also very crucial for a peaceful living.

In your opinion, what does Europe mean for your home country, Poland?

Europe for Poland means open boundaries and easier traveling.

Europe supports and funds the development of the country as well as projects initiated by citizens. It is very common to see a sign next to a building side mentioning how much percent of the investigation was covered by European Union funds.

Europe also means much higher prices of grocery and living.

In today’s world it is very important for countries to cooperate with one another, debate on economical, environmental and political topics, try to make common decisions and support each other.

Ela