Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki has decided to introduce a special regime to ensure the safety of energy infrastructure outside the country, the government security center reported.
Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki has signed a decree introducing the second level of Bravo warning for Polish energy infrastructure placed outside Poland's borders, the report said.
This special regime comes into force on October 6 and will operate until November 30. The warning is a signal for the readiness of the responsible services and authorities to act.
In Poland there is a law on anti-terrorist actions, which stipulates the introduction of one of four threat levels: Alfa, Bravo, Charlie and Delta.