Saturday, September 16, 2023

Starting tomorrow "No Russian car will enter Poland"

Dorzeczy(.)pl: From Sunday, September 17, Poland will ban cars with Russian license plates from entering the country, said the head of the Ministry of Interior and Administration, Mariusz Kamiński.

– Due to the publication on September 8 of the European Commission guidelines regarding the ban on the entry into the European Union of cars registered in Russia, this ban at the Polish border will be in force from tomorrow and will come into force today at midnight – said Kamiński on Saturday during a press conference at the border crossing in Terespol.

As he added, "This means that no passenger car registered in Russia will be able to enter the territory of the Polish state." – Russian trucks were already subject to this ban. Now, we are closing this matter. No Russian car will enter Poland, he emphasized.

PN: For those not familiar with Polish history, on September 17, 1939, the Soviet Union invaded Poland from the East, helping Nazi Garmany defeat Polish armies. Around the same time, the Polish military began to regroup and started to inflict heavy casualties on the Germans. If the Russians had not done so, Poland would have stopped the Germans, turning the war into what we see in Ukraine right now instead of WWII. That would also give time for France and Great Britain to fulfill their obligations based on the treaties they had with Poland if they ever meant to fulfill them. Who knows, maybe the French would even 'grow the pair' and attack Germany from the West as they promised.