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    The Deputy Minister reveals the backstage of the Tsimanouskaya escort

    In recent days, the attention of the media from around the world has been focused on Poland and Polish diplomacy. Foreign media describe the case of a Belarusian runner, Kryscina Tsimanouskaya, who, forced by the regime of Alexander Lukashenka to return to the country, asked the Polish embassy in Tokyo for help. Words of thanks and congratulations are coming to Poland for the efficiently conducted action.

    Szymon Szynkowski vel Sęk, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs, shed some more light on the backstage of the entire operation. On Wednesday evening, a plane from Vienna with a Belarusian sprinter Kryscina Tsimanouskaya on board landed at Warsaw Chopin airport. Poland’s role in this matter is presented in a very positive way.

    The deputy minister of foreign affairs said on TVP Info that the “gene of Polish solidarity” was at work in this case.

    “It was a difficult operation, I admit it, due to various risks along the way. It was a difficult operation, but it was carried out yesterday evening,” he said about the backstage of the whole action.

    At the same time, the deputy head of the Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs revealed that he spoke with the Belarusian woman on Wednesday.

    “She is tired, but happy that this stage of the journey is over. She must rest. We will offer her the possibility of sports development in the country. Of course, it is up to her to decide what to do next,” noted Szynkowski vel Sęk.


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