The deputy head of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs was a guest of Polish Radio 24 on Wednesday. The conversation concerned the debate of the European Parliament on the situation on the Polish-Belarusian border.
Debate without Morawiecki
– Foreign policy on border security has been carried out on many channels since the summer. The highest political level presented by Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki is key to making the most important decisions, said Paweł Jabłoński.
Last Tuesday, the European Parliament in Strasbourg held a debate on the problem of illegal migration led by the leader of the Belarusian regime, Alexander Lukashenka, which has affected the eastern flank of the European Union and NATO. The Polish Prime Minister, however, was refused a speech, the EP spokesman said. The decision was argued that “in this type of debate, all countries are already represented by the six-month presidency of the Council of the European Union.” This is now held by Slovenia.
– I am surprised by the decision of the European Parliament. It testifies to a lack of discernment in reality. Politicians did not want to hear about the realities of the head of the government of a state that is a front-line state, said Deputy Minister Jabłoński.
Pressure on Lukashenka
The letter from the head of the Polish government in the plenary room of the European Parliament was read by MEP prof. Ryszard Legutko. – Russia and Belarus have crossed all borders and we cannot allow more – he said.
– It cannot be assumed that the matter will be resolved by itself after the imposition of sanctions. It is necessary to put further pressure on Alexander Lukashenka. It is necessary to prevent Lukashenka from bringing people back and allowing them to return – commented Paweł Jabłoński on Polish Radio 24.
– It is good if we are dealing with solidarity towards the Member States in all matters. It is necessary to move away from pointing to better and worse countries. The key is unity and solidarity – added the deputy head of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
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