Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki says that the Polish border separates more than countries. In the case, of Belarus, it separates two vastly different ideologies. “The Polish-Belarusian border separates two worlds – dictatorship from democracy, and a normal state which cares for its citizens from a regime which uses the citizens of other countries as […]
Chancellor Merkel’s capitulation to Belarus — so naïve it is almost bizarre — is a desperate attempt to minimize Poland’s successful effort to protect its borders from a massive migrant, writes editor-in-chief of Sieci weekly Jacek Karnowski
Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko announced a billion-dollar military purchase from Russia and called for the EU to abolish its sanctions on Belarus in a sign that tensions will remain heightened between Belarus and neighboring countries
On Belarus, the West has to choose between sacrificing its interests or values, but since it is not prepared to do either it will not do anything, argues Jędrzej Bielecki in Polish dally Rzeczpospolita.
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