Germany raised the issue of suspending Poland's membership in the European Union


Member of the EP from German Gunnar Beck addressed the European Commission with questions about the EC's position on the visa scandal that occurred in Poland.

It is specified that this is a situation where representatives of Warsaw issued 250,000 work visas for a bribe.

“According to media reports, Polish consulates sold about 250,000 visas. Each of them cost a thousand euros. After that, the Polish authorities dismissed Deputy Foreign Minister Piotr Wawrzyk, seven other officials were charged with bribery,” Gunnar noted.

He clarified that the EC believes this incident is a hybrid attack and whether the European Commission will lead the proceedings and whether Poland can be excluded from the European Union.


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