The existing “black list” of Ukrainians banned from entering Poland will reconsider. This was agreed at the meeting of the Advisory Committee of the presidents of Poland and Ukraine, said the Ukrainian diplomat Andrii Deshchytsia in an interview with UKRINFORM.

“The parties acknowledged that the need to work to ensure that such lists were not persons who, despite other political and scientific beliefs hold positions in state bodies and do not pose a threat to national security,” – said the Ambassador of Ukraine in Poland.

According to him, the lists should ostatsya only those who truly threaten the national security of the country.

Deshchitsa said that the agreement reached on Friday, November 17, the Executive Secretary of the State interdepartmental Commission on Affairs of perpetuating of memory of participants of the ATO, war victims and political repressions Svyatoslav Sheremet went to the border on 18 November, these arrangements have not yet begun to act.

Sheremet not allowed on the territory of Poland.

The Polish foreign Ministry announced about the preparation of the list of Ukrainians who allegedly promotes anti-Polish and anti-European values, who are denied entry to Poland. Also the Polish foreign Ministry said that the ban would only apply to individual public officials.

See also: Ukraine and Poland agreed to reduce the “black list” – Elisha




Polish “black list” of Ukrainians will reconsider – dedica 22.11.2017

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