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A party belonging to Poland's ruling United Right coalition has called on opposition leader Donald Tusk to suspend or expel former foreign minister Radoslaw Sikorski over a tweet he posted suggesting the US may have sabotaged Russian gas pipelines under the Baltic.
The visit by US President Joe Biden to Poland underscores the rapidly changing nature of US relations with Poland towards a close partnership, the Washington Post wrote on Saturday.
European security and the coordination of security measures between the EU, Nato and the OSCE were on the agenda of Deputy Foreign Minister Paweł Jabłoński's Friday teleconference with the organisations' high officials and the US Deputy Secretary of State.
Donald Tusk, Poland's former prime minister and leader of the main opposition party, Civic Platform (PO), has received a threatening letter, which he said results from the growing wave of hatred in Poland.
Three politicians from the main opposition Civic Platform party said on Friday that they saw no reason to support the introduction of a state of emergency in the border areas with Belarus.
Rebuilding Poland's relations within the EU, a return to a partnership relationship with the US and an effective eastern policy are the three pillars of a new 'Safe Poland' doctrine presented by the Civic Platform (PO)'s leadership on Saturday.