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UK court forbids consul from visiting Polish citizen in coma: report

19.01.2021 15:30
A British court has upheld a request by a hospital in Plymouth, southern England, not to allow a Polish consul to visit a Polish citizen in a coma, his family has told a news agency.
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The court decided that such a visit would not be in the man’s best interests, Polish state news agency PAP reported, citing the man’s relatives.

The man fell into a coma after suffering permanent brain damage following a cardiac arrest in November, PAP quoted the hospital as saying.

Last month, a court ruling allowed the hospital to cut off the man’s life-support after his wife said he would not want to be a burden and should be allowed to die, according to PAP.

Meanwhile, the man’s mother and sister disagreed and said he would not have wanted his life support disconnected because of his Catholic beliefs, PAP reported.

The Polish president’s chief of staff, Krzysztof Szczerski, discussed the issue with Britain’s ambassador to Poland, Anna Clunes, on Monday.

“It was a difficult conversation. I have also spoken with the Polish ambassador to London, and I am in constant contact with Polish consuls who are on site in Plymouth”, Szczerski tweeted on Monday.

(jh/pk)

Source: PAP