Head of BBN: Poland's security situation unchanged
Poland's security situation is unchanged in face of the terrorist attacks in France, head of the National Security Bureau (BBN) Pawel Soloch said Saturday after that day's security talks between the president and the heads of the Internal Security Agency (ABW).
During the meeting President Andrzej Duda discussed the possibility of terrorist attacks in Poland with the ABW head and the heads of the agency's Anti-Terrorism Centre.
BBN informed after the talks that there was currently no need to raise terror threat levels in Poland.
"The president was informed about the situation after the terrorist attacks in France. The president was told about the situation in France and security conditions in Poland", Soloch told reporters, adding that "for now our country's security situation remains unchanged".
Earlier on Saturday Duda paid homage to the victims of the Paris attacks outside the French Embassy in Warsaw, where he said that the security situation in Poland was under control with no immediate threats to the country or its people.
"The situation is under absolute control and there is no endangerment, no threat, to Poles or Poland", the president said.