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23 June 2024, 13:05

Jarosiewicz puts Polish government on blast in his letter to Belarus' president 

MINSK, 23 June (BelTA) – The Poles have become fourth class people, and Poland might lose control of its own territory, Mateusz Jarosiewicz, a Polish publicist, journalist, public figure, expert in international relations and internal affairs of Poland, the author of "Letter to President Lukashenko from the concentration camp Polin [Poland]", said in an interview with Tomasz Szmydt in the V Teme [On Point] project on BelTA’s YouTube channel.

According to him, the letter became a kind of desperate call for understanding and an attempt to defend the honor of the Poles. “Belarusian people may perceive the Poles as crazy, given the decisions we make. In this letter, I tried to explain the ongoing developments in Poland,” Mateusz Jarosiewicz said.

According to the journalist, the actions of  Warsaw are fundamentally at odds with the will of the Polish people. “In this letter, I also described backlash against me personally. At the moment, I do not feel safe on the territory of Poland. And now, as I am talking to you, I pose a threat to the ruling regime in Poland. Conversation with such a media organization as BelTA can result in labeling me as an agent of foreign influence,” he added.

Mateusz Jarosiewicz emphasized that he took this risk because he could not remain silent about the situation in his country. “We are dealing with the mass extermination of Poles. Literally like it was in the camps that once existed on Polish-German lands. And people are not aware of the purges taking place in Poland to this day. The Poles are fourth class people, and we see attempts to hand over control over our country to someone else. People are already being summoned to the army for training, but no country is threatening us. We see that they want to get rid of young men from Poland. The writing is already on the wall, so I decided to take a risk and speak out outside of Poland,” the journalist noted. 
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