The situation on the Polish-Belarusian border live. Morawiecki in Paris and Ljubljana. “We don’t want conflict, we want peace”

The Border Guard informs that a group of 100 people attempted to cross the border by force last night. “Stones were thrown into the Polish services. The attack was carried out under the supervision of the Belarusian services” – reports the Border Guard. Premier Mateusz Morawiecki today met with French President Emmanuel Macron and Slovenian Prime Minister Janez Jansa. The topic of the talks was the current situation on the Polish-Belarusian border. The latest information on the situation at the border live on

  • In sections protected by Border Guard posts in Dubicze Cerkiewne and in Mielnik, three groups of aggressive foreigners were pushing the border – informs the Border Guard on Wednesday
  • A soldier was wounded near Mielnik. The spokeswoman of the Border Guard, Sec. Anna Michalska reports that migrants threw stones, pieces of wood and roaring firecrackers. Some managed to get to Poland, but have already been turned back
  • Prime Minister Morawiecki met in Paris with the President of France, Emmanuel Macron, and in Ljubljana with the head of the Slovenian government, Janez Jansa. The subject of the talks was the situation at the border
  • – We do not want a conflict, we want peace. We want to look for solutions and prevent escalation. We have prepared the escalation ladder towards Belarus, said the Prime Minister during the conference in Ljubljana
  • 54 percent Poles have a positive opinion of the government’s actions on the eastern border. The same percentage of respondents assesses the idea of ​​building a wall on the border positively – according to the Kantar poll for “Gazeta Wyborcza”

The situation on the Polish-Belarusian border live

the Polish-Belarusian border the situation is still tense. In the last 24 hours there were 267 attempts to illegally cross the border from Belarus to Poland, the Border Guard informed on Wednesday. 44 foreigners were issued decisions to leave the territory of our country – added the Border Guard.

The deputy head of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Paweł Jabłoński emphasized in Polish Radio 24 that the situation on the border has not yet been resolved and it cannot be assumed – as some European politicians would like – that after the decision to extend the sanctions is made, this issue will be resolved by itself.

He added that the Polish government’s diplomatic offensive was underway in connection with the situation on the Polish-Belarusian border. He pointed out that these diplomatic activities have been carried out on very different channels since this summer. As he stressed, the entire government and the President of the Republic of Poland are involved in this offensive.

He criticized the decision of the European Parliament to refuse the participation of the prime minister
Mateusz Morawiecki in the debate on the border situation. – I am very surprised by this decision of the EP. I believe that it simply shows a lack of understanding of reality. Politicians sitting in the EP far from this threat do not want to hear what the reality is. They do not want to get to know it first-hand from the head of the government of a state that is a front-line state. It simply proves it about themselves – said Jabłoński.