Belarus Introduces Visa-free Entry for Polish Citizens

Europe Desk, Delhi – Magazine: The State Border Committee of the Republic of Belarus reported on its website that President Alexander Lukashenko has decided to introduce visa-free entry for Polish citizens from 00:00 on July 1 to December 31 inclusive.

The statement notes that the decision was made in order to maintain good neighborly relations.

To enter Poland, citizens must have a passport and health insurance. The number of days of stay in the Republic should not exceed 90 days in a calendar year.PCR tests are not required for entry. 

At the same time, Polish citizens will not be able to enter without a visa for work, study or transit to third countries.

Poland has finished building a wall on the border with Belarus

Poland has completed the construction of a 180-kilometer wall on the border with Belarus.

The length of the wall is more than 180 kilometers, the height is 5 meters. It took 49,000 tons of steel to build it. Also, 2,500 video surveillance cameras appeared along the border. poland wall

On the occasion of the completion of the wall, Polish politicians met in the town of Novaya Luka. Polish Defense Minister Mariusz Blaszczak noted that Belarus carried out attacks using migrants from the Middle East. And these attacks were coordinated with the Kremlin. Security issues are a priority for Poland, said the Speaker of the Polish Sejm, Elzbeta Witek. “Today, when we look at what is happening in Ukraine, at the war started by Russia, we see that actions aimed at strengthening and increasing the army are really a priority for us,” German radio reports her words.

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Delhi Magazine Team

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