Poland urged EU to immediately tighten sanctions against Belarus

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Poland called on the EU immediately toughen sanctions against Belarus

Mateusz Morawiecki stressed that the sanctions against Minsk do not have the desired effect.

Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki announced the need to expand EU sanctions against Belarus. He called the situation with illegal migrants on the Polish-Belarusian border state terrorism.

Bloomberg writes about this.

Moravetsky spoke at an emergency meeting of the Seim on the situation on Polish-Belarusian border. Due to the precarious situation with migrants, during his speech, the Prime Minister proposed to convene the European Council earlier than the set time.

“We are in favor of tougher sanctions. European Council – Ed.), And to meet earlier, albeit remotely, “Moravetsky said.

He stressed that the sanctions against Minsk are not having the desired effect. The Polish prime minister also added that the migration crisis at the border was caused by the politicians themselves. According to him, this crisis is a serious test for Poland and the EU.

It should be noted that on the eve Morawiecki already announced Warsaw's intention to raise before the EU leadership the issue of strengthening sanctions against Belarus.

Recall The situation on the border between the two countries became more complicated last Monday when unidentified armed men in military uniform invaded Poland. Then illegal immigrants began to storm the Polish border en masse. In Warsaw, it was dubbed “the largest ever known attempt at mass penetration of the country by force.” The migrant collapse continues today.

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