President Andrzej Duda appeals for unity and warns against attacks.
According to the website “Super Express”, on Wednesday, March 2, another meeting of the National Security Council was held. The meeting started a few minutes after 2 p.m. The main topic of the ongoing activities in the Presidential Palace were issues related to the Russian aggression against Ukraine.
Meeting of the National Security Council
< p>Before the Tuesday meeting of the National Security Council, President Andrzej Duda thanked for the help Poles are showing to our neighbors from across the eastern border. He also warned that we should be prepared for “attacks, especially propaganda attacks”. He stressed that it would be in Russia's hand to introduce internal disputes and spread disinformation.
Hence, according to the president, it is so important that the politicians of the ruling party and the opposition remain united and avoid political disputes. President Duda appealed for unity in the face of the threat.
By the way, Andrzej Duda announced that he vetoed the act referred to as “lex Czarnek”, which aroused a lot of protest among the opposition politician. . “I don't want this to bother us now,” added the president.
Jestem po rozmowie z @ZelenskyyUa . Sytuacja jest bardzo trudna. Giną ludzie, zwykli cywile w Charkowie, Kijowie, Żytomierzu i dziesiątkach, setkach miast i miejscowości. Ale Ci co żyją walczą i nie tracą ducha! Kto może niech pomaga! Każdy gest się liczy. My działamy. 🇵🇱🤝🇺🇦
— Andrzej Duda (@AndrzejDuda) March 1, 2022
The opposition to the meeting within the National Security Council decided to come up with a proposal of possible solutions. “Gazeta Wyborcza” indicates that the Left postulates that every refugee from Ukraine should receive a PESEL number.
The Polish People's Party, in turn, would like to introduce, inter alia, common checks to guard the border guards from Poland and Ukraine. Władysław Kosiniak-Kamysz also expressed the hope that the RBN will meet at least once a week.
Do you think President Duda's appeal will be heard?