"German Chancellor Olaf Scholz has been using a visa affair for political pressure on our government and demands explanations from Poland," the government commissioner for information space security wrote on X on Sunday.
Polish prosecutors have brought charges against seven people in a visa issuance scandal that cost a deputy foreign minister his job.
Poland's Senate, the upper house of parliament, has stated that the purchase of the Israeli-made Pegasus software was illegal and that Poland's current legal system does not ensure effective control over special law-enforcement services.
Parliamentarians from Poland's main opposition grouping, the Civic Coalition (KO), have visited the foreign ministry to gather information on visas issued to Muslim migrants after a deputy foreign minister was fired following an investigation by an anti-corruption agency.
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Anti-corruption officers have arrested a former Polish treasury minister as part of a broader corruption case, a senior official at the Prime Minister's Office has said.