Czech Foreign Minister Jakob Kulganek announced Prague’s readiness to assist Poland in resolving the situation on the Polish-Belarusian border. He wrote about this in Twitter…
The Czech minister said that he had a telephone conversation with the head of Polish diplomacy Zbigniew Rau and expressed support for Warsaw and announced Prague’s readiness to provide assistance if necessary.
Earlier, Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki said that the country’s authorities are discussing with Lithuania and Latvia the possibility of convening the NATO Council due to the situation with migrants on the border with Belarus. Prior to this, NATO expressed solidarity with Poland and the Baltic states due to the migration crisis. The alliance said that the current crisis is an artificially created situation, part of a hybrid attack against Belarus’s western neighbors for political purposes.
The flow of migrants from Belarus to the EU rose sharply after President Alexander Lukashenko, against the backdrop of yet another aggravation of relations with the West, threatened to weaken control over the border.
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