Polish PM says appointment to chair EU summits means Poland's future is in euro zone

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Polish Prime Minister Donal Tusk, who was appointed to chair European Union summits for the next two and a half years, said on Saturday his nomination meant the future of Poland was in the euro zone.

Tusk, who will have to take up his new job in Brussels from Dec 1, said he would be ready to discuss the new line-up of the Polish government next week.

(Reporting By Jan Strupczewski)