24.05.2018“It is only together that we can win the fight against transnational crime” – the European Border and Coast Guard Day took place in Sopot.
The European Border and Coast Guard Day (the EBCG Day) was an occasion to exchange experience and knowledge in the field of border control. The conference, held on 24 May 2018 in Sopot, was attended, i.a., by Minister of the Interior and Administration Joachim Brudziński, Deputy Minister Renata Szczęch, the Frontex Executive Director Fabrice Leggeri and the representatives of the European Commission, border and coast guards of the EU countries, as well as international experts.
19.05.2018Minister Joachim Brudzińki took part in ceremonies commemorating the 74th anniversary of the battle of Monte Cassino
On 17-18 May Head of the Ministry of the Interior and Administration Joachim Brudziński, together with the Polish delegation of senior state officials, attended in Italy ceremonies of the 74th anniversary of the battle of Monte Cassino.
04.04.2018Meeting of Minister Joachim Brudziński with Frontex Executive Director
On 4 April 2018, Minister Joachim Brudziński met in the Ministry of the Interior and Administration with Fabrice Leggeri, the Executive Director of the European Border and Coast Guard Agency (Frontex).
12.03.2018Cooperation for security of the whole European Union
On Monday, 12 March 2018, Minister of the Interior and Administration Joachim Brudziński met with European Commissioner for the Security Union Julian King. Ministers Paweł Majewski, Krzysztof Kozłowski and Renata Szczęch also participated in the meeting.
08.03.2018Minister Joachim Brudziński at the Justice and Home Affairs (JHA) Council
The Justice and Home Affairs Council held on Thursday, 8 March, focused on fight against terrorism, interoperability between EU information systems and challenges of migration. Poland was represented in Brussels by the Minister of the Interior and Administration Joachim Brudziński.
08.12.2017Poland does not change its opinion on the relocation of refugees
Security of Polish citizens is our utmost priority and therefore we are ready to defend our position concerning relocation of refugees before the Court of Justice of the European Union. The current government withdrew from the reckless decision of the PO-PSL coalition to admit immigrants. Today we know that our position on the automatically-triggered relocation mechanism is right as European Union withdrew from the ineffective programme. Out of 160 thousand migrants only about 30 thousand were relocated.
20.11.2017On border security during the Salzburg Forum
The Salzburg Forum Ministerial Conference ended with the signing of a joint declaration. The most important issues related to EU internal security, securing the EU’s external borders and proposals for responding to persistent migration pressure were discussed, and Poland’s six-month presidency of the SF was summed up.
06.10.2017Minister Mariusz Błaszczak in Budapest: The European Union needs a new common migration policy
- The current conditions require the European Union to redefine the objectives of the common migration policy, so that it could address the current challenges. We are in solidarity with the other members of the Visegrad Group, in particular as regards the following issues: protection of the EU external borders and opposition to the automatic relocation mechanism – said the Head of the Polish Ministry of the Interior and Administration after the meeting of V4 Ministers of the Interior in Budapest.
14.09.2017Minister of the Interior and Administration: Security of Poland and Poles is the most important, and the relocation mechanism is a real threat
The Polish government will not give in to pressure. The relocation mechanism violates the security policy and constitutes a real threat, and for us the security of Poland and Poles is the most important, said the Minister of the Interior and Administration referring to the statement of the EU Commissioner for Migration Dimitris Awramopulos on enforcement of the decision on relocation by Poland, the Czech Republic and Hungary.
28.08.2017Reply to the European Commission: Poland is against the relocation mechanism
“Poland is consistently against the relocation mechanism. This solution is wrong and threatens our security. I wish to reiterate that national security remains the sole responsibility of each Member State,” stated Minister Mariusz Błaszczak. The Head of the Ministry of the Interior and Administration signed another reply to the European Commission’s accusations that Poland did not admit its share of immigrants.