The Polish Presidency this Saturday refused to have territorial claims against any territory of Belarus and reaffirmed its commitment to the territorial integrity of the neighboring country.
“It is sad and surprising that there is speculation in the propaganda of the Belarusian authorities that Poland allegedly intends to violate the territorial integrity of this state. Poland had and does not have such intentions,” said Krzysztof Szczerski, Chief of Staff of the Polish President. Andrzej Duda reports to the Polish news agency PAP.
Szczerski has argued that Poland is a state that defends the supremacy of international law in relations between countries. Warsaw “defends these principles at the United Nations and implements them in its foreign policy in order to protect the countries of our region from imperialism and aggression,” he added.
At a rally in the city of Grodno on the border with Poland this Saturday, the President of Belarus, Alexander Lukashenko, referred to “those who want to annex at least a piece of this country, especially this western pearl of Belarus.” “.