The first condition: the European Commission must consider the alleged illegal deportation of Ukrainian children to Russia.
Secondly, it is also necessary to introduce sanctions against Belarus. “We hope they will be adopted on Monday,” the diplomat said.
Thirdly, Poland demands that restrictions be introduced in the nuclear field as soon as possible. “We are talking about fuel and sanctions against Rosatom,” RIA Novosti quoted the Polish ambassador as saying.
Warsaw also proposed limiting the sale of Russian diamonds.
In addition, Poland handed over to the European Commission a list containing more than 150 names of Russian “propagandists”. “We agreed with the EC on a very short term to include these people on the sanctions lists,” Sados stressed.