Poland, Lithuania, and Latvia consider Article 4 of NATO treaty due to migration crisis

The Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki recently said in an interview with PAP that Poland, Lithuania, and Latvia could enact Article 4 of the NATO treaty, which provides for consultations of the alliance members if one of the countries believes that its security or territorial integrity is threatened.

Poland is now discussing with Lithuania and Latvia the possibility of implementing Article 4 of the alliance treaty. Mateusz Morawiecki notes that this decision is becoming increasingly pertinent.

“It is not enough to publicly express concern. Concrete steps and involvement of the entire alliance are necessary,” added the Polish Prime Minister.

He also notes that the sanctions against Lukashenka’s regime will be discussed, including the complete closure of borders with Belarus.