The European Parliament did not consent to Morawiecki’s speech. “They are already well informed” | Policy

Mateusz Morawiecki is leading a diplomatic offensive regarding the crisis on the Polish-Belarusian border. On Sunday, he visited Estonia, Lithuania and Latvia to agree a common strategy on the actions of the regime in Minsk. On Tuesday, he met with the leaders of the Visegrad Group. He also wanted to appear in the European Parliament during a debate on the situation in Belarus and on the Polish-Belarusian border. Failed to. As reported by RMF FM, Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki was not allowed to participate in the discussion.

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European Parliament spokesman: All countries are already represented

A spokesman for the European Parliament informed in an interview with a broadcasting station that the head of the Polish government was refused to speak on the grounds that “in this type of debate all countries are already represented by the six-month presidency of the EU Council”. This function is now held by Slovenia, so the minister from that country will speak at the beginning of the debate. The request of Prime Minister Morawiecki, as reported by the RMF FM correspondent, was not considered by the Conference of Chairmen of the EP’s political groups, but it was made in the office of EP President David Sassoli.

– We believe that [politycy – red.] they are now well informed on all aspects of the current crisis and able to hold a relevant parliamentary debate, another EP source indicated.

As unofficial radio interlocutors emphasize, before the October debate, reluctant voices from MEPs appeared in the EP regarding the excessive use by the Polish prime minister of the EP podium, calculated on the basis of national politics. Morawiecki also had “abuses of hospitality” and spoke longer than agreed.

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Ursula von der Leyen: This is a challenge for the entire European Union

Despite the lack of a Polish prime minister, a sharp voice of opposition to Minsk’s policy was present in the European Parliament. The president of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, said that the EU stands in solidarity with Poland, Lithuania and Latvia, which bear the greatest burden of Belarusian politics. In her opinion, the matter concerns the entire European Union.

“This is a challenge for the entire European Union,” said von der Leyen. The President of the European Commission emphasized that this was not a migration crisis. – This is an attempt by the authoritarian regime to destabilize its democratic neighbors – she said. She also recalled that the EU does not recognize the Minsk regime, which is destabilizing the European community.

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– The recent actions by the Lukashenka regime and its supporters are a determined attempt to create a lasting and prolonged crisis. The EU does not recognize this regime that brutally represses its own people, she said.

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