The journalist of Radio Svoboda reports that Russia has sent an angry letter to the OSCE.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov was banned from entering Poland for the session of the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly.
Russia responded to this decision with an angry letter to the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe, RFE/RL correspondent Rikard Jozviak reports on the Twitter microblog .
“Warsaw has decided to ban Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov’s entry to Elsha for the OSCE ministerial meeting in Łódź on December 1-2. Russia responded with an angry letter to the OSCE,” Jozwiak wrote.
We will remind that earlier Poland did not issue visas to the delegation of the Russian Federation to attend the session of the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly in Warsaw.
As you know, since the first days of the full-scale invasion of the Russian Federation troops on the territory of Ukraine, Poland has been condemning Russian aggression and providing assistance to Ukraine.
In October, the Senate of Poland adopted a resolution recognizing the authorities of the Russian Federation as a terrorist regime .
On October 15, during the massive Russian missile attack on Ukraine, two missiles fell on the territory of Poland. As a result of the impact, two people died.
The authorities of Poland, the United States and the Secretary General of NATO believe that it could be a Ukrainian air defense missile . They emphasized that Russia bears responsibility for the event in any case.