“Polish law protects all people to the same extent: no one can be discriminated against in political, social or economic life – for any reason. We fully agree with this message of today’s letter of accredited ambassadors in Warsaw” – wrote Paweł Jabłoński on Twitter.
Paweł Jabłoński from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs about the list of ambassadors
“We also positively assess the fact that the list published today does not repeat the recently disseminated fake news about the alleged ‘free zones’ LGBT‘. The public debate should be based on facts, not on false narratives created by the media and ‘activists’, he stressed.
In the next entry, the deputy minister of foreign affairs states that “according to the Polish Constitution, marriage is a union of a woman and a man”. “Statement it fact (also in the resolutions of local authorities) is not discrimination – it is an expression of respect for the applicable law and for the values that Poles profess “- writes Jabłoński.
Letter of ambassadors for the LGBT community
The Undersecretary of State at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs referred to the letter of 50 ambassadors in Poland, which she published on Twitter, among others Georgette Mosbacher. The signatories express their support “for efforts to raise public awareness of the problems affecting the gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) community and other minorities in Poland facing similar challenges.” “Human rights are universal and everyone, including LGBTI people, have the right to fully enjoy them. It is an issue that everyone should support,” the letter reads.