Temporary checks on Poland’s border with Slovakia will be extended for another 20 days, until November 22, according to a new regulation.
Temporary checks on Poland’s border with Slovakia will be extended for another 20 days, until November 2, the interior minister announced on Poland's Radio One on Thursday.
Mateusz Morawiecki, Poland's prime minister, ordered state services to increase their readiness after a 5.1-magnitude earthquake struck Slovakia on Monday evening.
A clear majority of the Polish public (72.8 percent) are in favour of the introduction of border controls, a new survey has shown.
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An Interior Ministry (MSWiA) directive on the temporary restoration of controls on Poland's border with Slovakia has been published in the Journal of Laws and will be valid for 10 days, from midnight Wednesday until October 13.
Poland will deploy troops to support the Border Guard as it launches checks on the border with Slovakia, the Polish defence minister has announced.
Poland has decided to introduce temporary controls on its border with Slovakia, the interior minister has said.
Jens Stoltenberg, Nato's secretary general, has expressed his conviction that Poland and Ukraine will settle their differences and that Warsaw will maintain arms supplies to its eastern neighbour.
Poland has introduced border controls with Slovakia and is also considering it on borders with other countries, including Germany, the spokesman for the ruling party Law and Justice (PiS) has said.
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