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Poland’s Minister of Internal Affairs and Administration, Mariusz Kamiński, discussed pressing regional issues with Avril Haines, the Director of U.S. National Intelligence. The conversation centered around the evolving situations in Russia, Belarus, and Ukraine. In a tweet, Kamiński highlighted the ongoing partnership between Poland and the United States as vital for both national and regional security.
Kamiński emphasized that the Polish-American alliance is now a cornerstone of security, extending beyond Poland to Central Europe. This collaboration serves as a fundamental safeguard for NATO’s eastern flank. He underlined the continuous communication between Polish and U.S. intelligence agencies.
Additionally, Kamiński noted that Belarusian military maneuvers, set to begin with the participation of Russian forces, carry psychological implications for Poland. While the scale may not be staggering due to Russia’s engagement in Ukraine, these maneuvers contribute to a psychological warfare strategy targeting Poland and its citizens.
As regional tensions persist, Poland reinforces its commitment to its American allies. The dialogue with the U.S. National Intelligence Director underscores the importance of unity amid evolving security challenges.