On Thursday, the deputy head of the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage assessed the debate on the Polish-Belarusian border, which took place at the European Parliament in Strasbourg, on Polish Radio 24.
“It’s a cabaret”
The European Parliament refused the head of the Polish government, Mateuszów Morawiecki, to speak at the meeting on the migration crisis caused by Belarus. The EP spokesman announced that the decision was related to the fact that all countries were represented during the debate by the minister from Slovenia, who holds the Presidency of the Council of the European Union.
– This is a cabaret if you want to debate the situation on the Polish-Belarusian border, and the Polish prime minister is denied the floor in this debate. I’m sorry, but who to talk to about it, if not the Polish prime minister? – said Jarosław Sellin on the Polish Radio 24.
According to the Law and Justice MP, “the European Parliament sometimes rubs against cabaret”, and some of its activities “do not need to be attached too much”. – The European Parliament allows itself to have various types of debates, to adopt resolutions that have no legal significance, but the EP has some internal satisfaction with them – said the politician. – It is an institution appropriated by simple parliamentary advantage by left-liberal forces, which have a certain feeling that they have to explain their views – he added.
A letter from the prime minister
In connection with the situation, a letter from Prime Minister Morawiecki was read by MEP Ryszard Legutko during the debate in the European Parliament. It said that Poland is now resisting a hybrid attack carried out jointly by Belarus and the Russian Federation on its eastern state border.
– In the face of the crisis and conflict on our eastern border, European solidarity is needed. It appears in the declarations of major politicians and institutions such as NATO and the European Commission, said Deputy Minister Jarosław Sellin.
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