President: No signals of terror threat in Poland
At the moment there are no signals of a terror threat in Poland, President Andrzej Duda said after a meeting with heads of special services in Warsaw on Tuesday. Three Poles were wounded in the Tuesday explosions in Brussels.
President Duda met with Minister Coordinator of Poland's special services Mariusz Kaminski and the heads of the Internal Security Agency, the Intelligence Agency and the Government Security Centre (RCB). Present was also Head of the National Security Bureau (BBN) Pawel Soloch.
"(...) At the moment there are no signals of any terror threat in Poland. And according to the gentlemen (the heads of special services - PAP) I met with and their information, which is based on reports from various sources, including foreign ones, there is no need to raise the terror alert to a higher level in Poland," President Duda told reporters after the meeting.
The president said that the two Poles wounded at the Zaventem airport were customs officers on a business trip.
The Foreign Ministry reported later that three Poles had been wounded in Brussels. They have been hospitalised.