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30.05.2012Response to the BBC report
In response to the statement of the former England captain's, Sol Campbell, advising fans travelling to EURO 2012 to “Stay at home, watch it on TV. Don't even risk it… because you could end up coming back in a coffin”, which has been broadcast on the BBC’s Panorama, I would like to inform you that the statement is false and harmful.
30.05.2012Temporary reintroduction of border control during EURO 2012
The control at the Schengen internal border (section of the border with the Federal Republic of Germany, the Czech Republic, the Slovak Republic and the Republic of Lithuania, as well as the airports and sea ports constituting an internal border within the meaning of the Schengen Borders Code) is temporarily reintroduced for the time of EURO 2012 tournament, i.e. from 4 June to 1 July this year.
29.05.2012Feeling safe during EURO 2012
The beginning of UEFA EURO 2012 European Football Championships is approaching fast. The uniformed services subordinate to the Ministry of Interior, in particular the Police and the Border Guard, are undertaking final measures in their preparation to secure the Championships.
29.05.2012The Police Command Centre for EURO 2012
”The Police Operation Command Centre, established in the Police Training Centre in Legionowo, is the heart of the police operation related to securing EURO 2012 European Football Championships” – said Jacek Cichocki, Minister of Interior opening the Centre.