The Prime Minister of Poland called on European countries to

The Prime Minister of Poland called on European countries to

Russia could be hit hard now! The Prime Minister of Poland announces that he has already discussed with the head of the European Commission, and the decision is very close to being taken.

In the European context, Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is an extremely serious problem for the whole of Europe, not just for the neighboring country!

How should Russia be treated at this time?

About this action of Vladimir Putin, the Prime Minister of Poland, Mateusz Morawiecki, who declared that this military attack of Moscow represents an existential threat to peace in Europe.

“Today we are focusing on the situation in Ukraine, because it is an existential threat to peace in Europe,” the head of the Warsaw government said after a meeting with European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen, Reuters reports.

In this regard, Poland urges the adoption of the harshest possible sanctions against the Russian Federation, including a ban on coal imports.

In his opinion, “I think we can impose an embargo on coal in Russia tomorrow. We are ready for that, we just want to get the fastest possible consent from the European Commission, “said Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki.

Moreover, the Prime Minister of Poland urged European countries to join this embargo and stop buying natural gas and oil from the Russian Federation “in a few months’ time”.

Russia is not the only one affected by this tough position. Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki said his country had also proposed sanctions against Belarus, which is actively supporting the invasion of Ukraine. This must be done as soon as possible, and Ursula von der Leyen would agree, Morawiecki added.

Belarus has joined the invasion of Ukraine by the Russian Federation

On Tuesday, March 1, the Belarusian military entered the war on the side of Russia.

In the context of the information transmitted by Vitaly Kirillov, speaker of the regional department of the “Sever” defense forces, the Belarusian troops entered the Chernivtsi region of Ukraine on Tuesday, together with the Russians.

Thus, “Belarus has entered the war. Belarusian troops have entered the Chernihiv region, “the statement said. At the same time, residents of Slabin, Pakul and Mykhailo-Kotsyubynskyy villages reported the transfer of military equipment, according to Mediafax.

However, just a few hours ago, President Alexander Lukashenko said that his country would not join Russia’s “military operation” in Ukraine, according to Reuters.

He also launched a series of harsh accusations against Europe. Lukashenko said the West aimed to provoke Belarus and especially Russia, “involving the Ukrainian side in this story, with unfulfilled promises to host the country in the EU and NATO.”