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Polish prosecutors summon EU's Tusk as witness in intelligence probe


Polish prosecutors on Monday summoned European Council President Donald Tusk as a witness in a case against former secret service officials that relates to events when Tusk was Poland's prime minister, APA reports citing Reuters.

 

The summons announcement came two days after Poland's foreign minister said the government would start obstructing European Union business after the bloc angered Warsaw by reappointing Tusk as chairman of EU summit meetings.

 

Prosecutor Michal Dziekanski said Tusk had been summoned to testify in the investigation against former heads of the military counter-intelligence services (SKW) who are "charged with co-operating with intelligence services of another country without the required authorization of the prime minister."

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