BRUSSELS The chairman of the European Union’s leaders, Donald Tusk, will go to Poland on April 19 to testify ahead of a prosecutor as a witness in an investigation Poland has released from two previous navy counter-intelligence chiefs.
“I can affirm that President Tusk, inspite of his authorized immunity, will take part in the listening to on 19 April,” Tusk’s spokesman mentioned.
Tusk is summoned as a witness and is not a defendant in the situation.
The investigation is to set up if the two officials had all the required approvals, like from Tusk, who was then Poland’s key minister, to set up cooperation with Russian intelligence on withdrawing NATO forces from Afghanistan.
Poland has contributed troops to the mission, which has applied Russia’s transit hub of Ulyanovsk to provide folks and devices in and out of Afghanistan.
(Reporting by Jan Strupczewski Modifying by Alison Williams)