Consultation with Poland’s allies, as envisaged in Nato's Article 4 were being carried out practically all the while, Mateusz Morawiecki, Poland’s prime minister, said on Wednesday.
There is little evidence suggesting the need to activate Nato's Article 4 in response to Tuesday's missile blast in eastern Poland, the Polish prime minister said on Wednesday.
The missile landed near the village of Przewodow, which lies about 10 kilometres from the Ukrainian border, on Tuesday afternoon, and came on a day in which Russia launched dozens of strikes on targets across Ukraine.
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Poland has decided to raise the readiness of some of its military forces and other uniformed services on its territory, the government spokesman has said.
Latvia will support both Poland and Lithuania if they decide to trigger Article 4 of the North Atlantic Treaty, the Latvian foreign minister declared in a statement published on a Baltic news website.
Current developments in the migrant crisis on the Polish-Belarusian border do not warrant the triggering of Nato's Article 4, the Polish foreign minister said on Friday.
A high-ranking Polish diplomat has told PAP that the rules for invoking Article 4 are flexible and that Poland’s main goal is to demonstrate that Nato is working and that Poland, together with Nato, will jointly react to any aggression.
According to unofficial information obtained by PAP, a meeting of Polish officials is planned for Tuesday at which the possibility of triggering Nato's Article 4 will likely be discussed.