The Polish foreign ministry on Tuesday called in Moscow’s ambassador to Warsaw after the head of a Polish think tank was refused entry to Russia.
The Polish authorities have demanded an explanation from Russian ambassador Sergei Andreyev, Poland’s PAP news agency reported.
Polish foreign ministry spokesman Artur Lompart said Andreyev had “promised that such explanations would be furnished."
Lompart said the head of the government-funded Polish Institute of International Affairs, Sławomir Dębski, was not allowed into Russia on Monday.
Here is a link to the Polish Institute of International Affairs (PISM), which was established by an act of the Polish parliament in 1996.
The director of PISM is appointed by the prime minister for a five-year term, following consultation with the minister of foreign affairs.
Here is a link to the biography of Mr. Slawomir Debski.
Poland has recently been submitting proposals to welcome a permanent deployment of US troops to the country. Those proposals have reportedly been sent to a few "main" US think tanks.