Jacek Sasin, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of State Assets, referred to the e-mail scandal on Saturday. In RMF FM he confirmed that he had received an e-mail in which Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki asked him to summon the German ambassador for an interview in connection with the publications in the “Fakt” daily, which were unfavorable for the government.
Correspondence has been appearing on the Internet for several months, which is supposed to come – as the screenshots suggest – from the private mail of the head of the office of Prime Minister Michał Dworczyk. The rulers questioned the veracity of the e-mails, but so far have not shown a single example of manipulated correspondence.
Jacek Sasin, Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of State Assets, commented on the e-mail scandal in RMF FM on Saturday. He confirmed that he had received an e-mail in which the prime minister asked him to summon the German ambassador for an interview in connection with the publication in the “Fakt” daily, which was unfavorable for the government. – Yes, this is real mail. There was such a meeting – he said.
– It was an interesting discussion with the participation of me, Minister Marek Suski and the former German ambassador. We stayed with our opinions – added Sasin.
Main photo source: PAP / Leszek Szymański