"Not a single Russian car will enter Poland": new rules for the citizens of the aggressor country are announced
The Minister of Internal Affairs and Administration of Poland Mariusz Kaminski said that Russian cars will not be able to enter their territory starting from September 17. Russians will have to leave any car registered in Russia in the territory of the Russian Federation.
This was reported by tvn24.pl. "A ban on the entry of Polish cars registered in Russia will be introduced starting Sunday," said Minister of Internal Affairs and Administration Mariusz Kaminski.
Minister Kaminski explained that this means that no passenger cars registered in Russia will be allowed to enter the territory of the Polish state. "Russian trucks have already been affected by this ban. We are now closing this issue. No Russian car will enter Poland," he emphasized.
This applies to all cars, both those used for commercial purposes and private cars, regardless of whether the owner of the car is a Russian citizen or a citizen of another state. The rule is that a car registered in Russia is not allowed to enter Poland, the Interior Minister explained.
"This is another element of the sanctions imposed on Russia and its citizens in connection with the brutal war in Ukraine as the Russian state today poses a threat to international security," added Mariusz Kaminski.
As OBOZREVATEL reported, it is still too early to talk about the emerging trend of lifting sanctions against Russians as the court of the European Union in Luxembourg rejected the appeals of two Russian billionaires who demanded the lifting.