Poland bans entry of “Russia-registered” passenger cars
Poland bans entry of “Russia-registered” passenger cars: According to state-run Polish news agency PAP, which quoted Interior Minister Mariusz Kaminski, Poland will begin to prohibit the entrance of passenger automobiles registered in Russia on Sunday.
Kaminski made the statement during a news conference on Saturday in Terespol, near the Belarusian border, that “this ban at the Polish border will apply from tomorrow and comes into force at midnight tonight,” according to News Association of Poland. Trucks with Russian registrations are already prohibited from entering Poland.
“The Russian state currently poses a threat to international security, so this is an additional aspect of the sanctions imposed on Russia and its citizens in connection with the brutal war in Ukraine,” Kaminski said.
Following President Vladimir Putin’s call for Russian forces to enter Ukraine in 2022, the West slapped severe sanctions on Russia.
According to PAP, Kaminski said that the decision was taken in response to the European Commission’s rules, which were published on September 8 and prohibit the entrance of automobiles registered in Russia into the EU.
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