Polish premier calls urgent meeting of national security committee

Poland's Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki attends a European Union leaders' summit in Brussels, Belgium October 21, 2022. REUTERS/Yves Herman

WARSAW, Nov 15 (Reuters) - Polish prime minister has called an urgent meeting of a committee for national security and defense affairs, the government spokesman said on twitter on Tuesday.

The committee, which consists of heads of defense, interior, justice and foreign affairs ministries as well as coordinator of intelligence services, is a body that prepares and coordinates decisions on national security and defense.

Cabinet spokesman Piotr Muller was not immediately available for a comment. His tweet did not mention what the committee was due to discuss.

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Reporting by Marek Strzelecki Editing by Tomasz Janowski

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