The European Union Commissioner for Home Affairs, Ylva Johansson, has confirmed that the European Commission may transfer €200 million to Poland, Lithuania and Latvia to secure the borders, according to a communication from the Ministry of the Interior and Administration. On Thursday, Johansson spoke with the head of the Ministry of the Interior and Administration, Marius Kaminsky.
On Thursday, the head of the Ministry of the Interior and Administration, Mariusz Kaminsky, spoke by phone with the European Commissioner for Home Affairs, Ylva Johansson. As the Ministry reported, Kamiński provided information about the current situation on the Polish-Belarusian border. He also emphasized that apart from the crisis at the Polish-Belarus border, the fate of political prisoners in Belarus is also important, which requires increased participation of the entire European Union in the efforts to free them. – Napisano.
The ministry emphasized that Commissioner Ylva Johansson shares Poland’s position that Belarus’ actions must receive a firm response from the European Union, and that the Lukashenka regime is responsible for the migration crisis at the Polish-Belarus border. It also stressed that The European Commission could transfer 200 million euros to Poland, Lithuania and Latvia for border security.
During the meeting, Minister Mariusz Kaminsky provided information on the recent events on the Polish-Belarusian border and the measures taken to ensure the security of the external borders of the European Union. The head of the Ministry of the Interior and Administration confirmed that Poland is preventing illegal migrants crossing the border led by the Belarusian services. The Commissioner participated in the Polish diagnosis of the situation and agreed to take decisive action against the Lukashenka regime through the imposition of sanctions, as well as to take joint diplomatic actions in the country of origin of the migrants – wrote in a press release.
It was added that the head of the Ministry of the Interior and Administration noted that since the beginning of the crisis, Poland has had a continuous and intense dialogue with various partners from the European Union, as well as from outside society, for example with Ukraine. In all these conversations, support for the activities of the Polish government was announced and an understanding of the difficult and unprecedented situation at the border was expressed. – shown.
This is another conversation that Kaminsky recently had on the situation on the Polish-Belarusian border. The head of the Ministry of Interior and Administration spoke by phone to his counterparts, including. In Great Britain, Slovenia, Ukraine and Austria, who expressed their solidarity in the face of the crisis and affirmed their support. Last week, the head of Germany’s Interior Ministry, Horst Seehofer, came to Warsaw to meet the Polish minister, who also expressed solidarity with Poland and thanked him for his actions at the border.
There was a crisis on the borders of the European Union and Belarus, in which the number of attempts to illegally cross the Belarusian border with Lithuania, Latvia and Poland by immigrants from the Middle East, Africa and other regions increased sharply in the spring. The European Union and its member states assert that this is the result of the deliberate actions of the regime of Alexander Lukashenka, which in response to sanctions actively uses migrants, bringing them to Belarus and then directing them to the border with the European Union.
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