"In our programme called 'In Solidarity with Belarus,' we offer aid to the repressed and we're trying to support Belarusian groups that carry the song of freedom to Belarus, fighting for a democratic, free and sovereign Belarus," Morawiecki said.
Morawiecki said that soon after what he called rigged presidential elections in Belarus, Poland called for a European Council meeting, which then expressed a clear opinion. "The whole EU supports the Belarusian nation in its right to express its will, to live in freedom, in democracy," Morawiecki said.
"We'll soon be presenting an economic plan for the Belarusian people, for the Belarusian state, one that is aimed to show that Europe is open to Belarus, that Europe is open to the Belarusian nation," the prime minister said. (PAP)