Tusk testifies in Poland-Russia secret service investigation

Hai Luong
By Hai Luong
April 19, 2017Worldshare

Crowds of supporters waited for European Council President Donald Tusk at Warsaw’s main train station on April 19. Tusk was summoned by Polish intelligence to testify as a witness in an investigation on a Poland-Russia secret service deal.

Hundreds of Tusk supporters accompanied him during a short walk to the prosecutor’s office.

The investigation is against former heads of military counterintelligence (SKW). They are suspected of cooperating with foreign intelligence services without the authorization of the prime minister, which is a required protocol.

Donald Tusk was the prime minister at the time. A former SKW head said Tusk had authorized it.

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