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Polish PM, opposition to discuss seizing Russian assets

21.03.2022 08:00
Poland’s prime minister has said that he will explore ways to freeze and seize Russian assets in the country at a meeting with opposition politicians on Monday.
Polands Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki.
Poland's Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki.PAP/Leszek Szymański

Mateusz Morawiecki made the statement in an interview with the Wprost weekly, published online on Sunday evening, the state PAP news agency reported.

On Friday, government spokesman Piotr Müller announced that Morawiecki would meet with politicians from Poland’s main parliamentary groupings for talks about Russia’s attack on Ukraine. 

Other topics for Monday's talks include support for refugees, as well national and regional security, according to the spokesman. 

Morawiecki said in the interview that various countries were seizing the property of Russian oligarchs, and a growing number of Poles were expecting his government to take similar steps. 

“We want to do it through the Sejm (lower house of parliament) and we decided that the opposition should be involved in this process,” he added.  

Poland to urge NATO to send peacekeeping mission to Ukraine: PM

Morawiecki announced that Warsaw would lay out its proposal of sending a peacekeeping mission to Ukraine at a summit of the NATO alliance on Thursday. 

The plan was floated by Polish Deputy Prime Minister Jarosław Kaczyński during a visit by Polish, Czech and Slovenian leaders to Ukraine's embattled capital Kyiv last week.

Countries such as Denmark and Lithuania "have spoken positively" about the proposal “because they know it’s the only way that we can protect much of Ukrainian society against the cruelty of war,” Morawiecki said.

He warned against passivity in the face of Russia’s assault on Ukraine.

“I believe that letting [Russian President Vladimir] Putin pursue his aggressive policy may lead to the Third World War,” he cautioned. 

Monday is day 26 of the Russian invasion of Ukraine. 

Poland on Sunday reported it had admitted nearly 2.1 million refugees fleeing Russia’s attack on Ukraine.


Source: PAP