Waszczykowski and Johnson discuss UK attack on Poles
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Poland’s Foreign Minister Witold Waszczykowski spoke with his British counterpart Boris Johnson about recent racist attacks on Poles living in the UK, during Thursday's informal OSCE foreign ministers' meeting in Potsdam.
British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson (L) and Polish Foreign Minister Witold Waszczykowski. Photo: MSZ
After the meeting, Waszczykowski said that the British had promised to address the issue. He added that Johnson had assured him that the UK government does not accept the hate action against migrants and it will do everything to protect Poles and other foreigners against aggression.
According to the Polish minister, an educational campaign should be launched in the British Isles so as to make people aware that Brexit will not mean throwing immigrants out from the UK.
This past weekend in the town of Harlow, England, a group of teenagers attacked two Poles. One of them died from his injuries.
Minister Witold Waszczykowski met with Boris Johnson during a meeting of the OSCE foreign ministers in Potsdam near Berlin.