In Czech Republic, they declared their willingness to send military to Polish-Belarusian border

Prague is ready if necessary, to send its police or military or military to the Polish-Belarusian border, but Warsaw has not reacted to this proposal yet. This on Tuesday, November 23, said Czech Prime Minister Andrei Babish, his words leads RIA Novosti.

The policy of the policy sounded after the summit of the heads of government of the countries of the Visegradskaya Four, which in addition to Poland and the Czech Republic includes Hungary and Slovakia. “What is happening now on the Polish-Belarusian border is completely unacceptable. The behavior of Lukashenko’s regime goes for all the framework,” he said, speaking about the readiness of Prague to provide the necessary assistance to Warsaw. At the same time, he mentioned that if Poland accepts a proposal, then this decision must be approved by both Chambers of Parliament of the Czech Republic.

Babish also added that the Czech Republic fully supports the sanctions of the European Union.

The application sounded after the Czech Republic Foreign Minister Jacob Kulgank in early November declared the readiness of Prague to assist Poland in resolving the situation in the Polish-Belarusian border. Czech minister said that he had a telephone conversation with the head of Polish diplomacy Zizza Rau, expressed support for Warsaw and declared the readiness of Prague to assist her if necessary.

/Media reports.