The restrictive measures will cover about 80 people and seven companies, the Polish public broadcaster’s Brussels correspondent, Beata Płomecka, reported on Wednesday.
Individuals subject to sanctions will be banned from entering the European Union and will have their assets frozen in Europe, according to Polish Radio’s IAR news agency.
The sanctions come after the EU earlier this month banned Belarusian planes from entering its airspace in response to last month’s forced landing of a Ryanair flight in Minsk.
The ban kicked in across the 27-nation bloc on June 5.
Poland's national air carrier LOT has suspended flights to Minsk and ceased to use Belarusian airspace after Belarus on May 23 scrambled a fighter jet to divert a Ryanair plane and detain a dissident journalist.
European Union leaders meeting in Brussels last month agreed to impose more sanctions on Belarus and called on airlines to avoid Belarusian airspace, while also authorizing work to ban Belarusian airlines from European skies and airports.
Top Polish officials have condemned Belarus for intercepting a Ryanair aircraft carrying Roman Protasevich—an opposition-minded journalist critical of strongman Alexander Lukashenko’s regime—and forcing the flight to land in Minsk.