WI DAILY NEWS
Date: 6 October 2020
Polish and Swedish Prime Ministers discussed the situation in Belarus
The Prime Ministers of Poland and Sweden discussed the most important issues regarding the current situation in Belarus, and the head of the Polish government expressed his satisfaction with the decisions taken during the last session of the European Council concerning eastern neighbour.
The prime ministers emphasized the need to maintain a solid and coherent position of the European Union on this issue. They also pointed to the possibility of mediation conducted by international organisations, including, in particular, the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe. Sweden will chair the OSCE in 2021, and Poland in 2022.
The talks also covered EU’s relations with Russia. Mateusz Morawiecki presented the Polish position regarding Nord Stream 2 project and the attempt to poison Alexei Navalny