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    Russian Authorities Close Polish Consular Agency in Smolensk

    In a recent development, the Russian authorities have officially announced the closure of the Consular Agency of the Republic of Poland located in Smolensk. The decision, outlined in a document signed by Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin, was published on the Russian government website. It states that the government has endorsed the proposals put forth by the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, which called for the closure of the facility and the withdrawal of consent for its operations.

    The closure of the Consular Agency has drawn a response from Mateusz Morawiecki, the Prime Minister of Poland. Morawiecki affirmed that if Russia proceeds with the liquidation of Polish posts, Poland will reciprocate in equal measure. He highlighted the recurring reports of aggressive Russian diplomatic activities and various provocations within Poland.

    The Polish Prime Minister reassured the public that his government remains in constant communication with Polish diplomats stationed in Russia. The aim is to provide assistance to Polish citizens residing in Russia or planning to travel there. The closure of the Consular Agency in Smolensk is expected to impact Polish nationals who require consular services in the region.


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