Another section of an electronic surveillance system on Poland’s border fence with Belarus is set to become operational, the deputy interior minister said on Friday.
The European Parliament (EP) on Thursday condemned the Belarusian authorities' continued persecution of the country's democratic opposition, including members of the Polish minority.
The trial of Belarusian-Polish journalist and Polish minority activist Andrzej Poczobut will not begin on November 28 as planned, the Belarusian Journalists' Association (BAZ) said on Wednesday.
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Poland has activated the first section of its 206-kilometre long border fence with Belarus that is fitted with electronic surveillance equipment.
The Polish government has said it is willing to bring an end to its conflict with the European Commission over the rule of law, the government spokesman has told PAP.
Poland plans to complete building a fence on the country's border with the Russian exclave of Kaliningrad in a month, a deputy defence minister has said.
Poland and Lithuania want an enhanced Nato presence to increase the feeling of security and to counter Russia’s imperialistic threats, a Polish deputy foreign minister has said.