Morawiecki said in a Facebook post that the main topics of the meeting were "the pro-democratic aspirations of the Belarusian people, the current situation in Belarus, and the shape of further assistance to the opposition and repressed people in Belarus."
He added, after holding talks with Tsikhanouskaya at his prime minister’s office in Warsaw, that the Belarusian opposition “is not going to give up - and we will support it in solidarity during this difficult time, to the best of our current capabilities.”
Morawiecki and Tsikhanouskaya previously met in early September. At the time, the Polish prime minister declared that "Poland is an open home for all Belarusians who need help."
Morawiecki this month urged leaders at a European Union summit in Brussels to back a plan for wide-ranging international economic assistance to Belarus.
Tsikhanouskaya last month picked up a special award at an international business conference in Poland.
Polish Foreign Minister Zbigniew Rau has said that it is in his country's interests to support a nascent civil society in Belarus and to promote democracy in its eastern neighbor.
Poland’s President Andrzej Duda in September urged support for Belarus in a major address to the United Nations.
The presidents of Poland, Lithuania and Romania last month voiced support for the people of Belarus in building democracy and civil society institutions while also urging international assistance for the country.