Since 2016, Poland has detained 46 suspects of working with Russian and Belarusian intelligence services.

The Internal Security Agency and the Polish Military Counterintelligence Service detained 46 people suspected of collaborating with Russian or Belarusian intelligence between 2016 and 2023. This was stated by the Minister of Internal Affairs and Administration of Poland Mariusz Kaminski, reports Polish radio.

“Poland also uses mechanisms related to decisions to ban entry into Poland. Thanks to the activities of the Polish counterintelligence services, during these years 816 persons were included in this list, whose presence in Poland posed a threat,” Kaminski noted.

According to the minister, this suggests that the current government views Russia and Belarus as potential threats.

In addition, Kaminsky said that from 2008 to 2015. Poland expelled only seven people.

October 13 Poland stated about the launch of a 200 km electronic fence on the border with Russia. Warsaw began construction of a fence on the border with the Russian Federation last fall, and such plans became known back in February. The country’s Ministry of Defense then tied up this is because the Kaliningrad airport has become open to flights from the Middle East and Africa.

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