Part of this meeting will be classified, Michal Dworczyk also said.
Morawiecki told public radio broadcaster Polish Radio One on Wednesday that he had sent an invitation to opposition parties to discuss the situation in Belarus. A similar cross-party meeting with the prime minister was held in late August.
On August 9, Alexander Lukashenko was re-elected president of Belarus having allegedly acquired 80.1 percent of the vote in the national elections, while his main contender Svetlana Tikhanovskaya ostensibly garnered 10.1 percent. Mass demonstrations in Belarus against what the protesters say was a rigged vote have been taking place since then, sparking brutal reactions from the police and security forces. (PAP)