Belarus and Poland confirm integrity of common frontier

18 July 2019
Belarus and Poland confirmed the integrity and inviolability of the common state border in the Final Protocol of checking the Belarusian-Polish border.

For 8 years, representatives of the two countries have been working to clarify the boundaries on the ground. Using modern technology, a new demarcation map was prepared. This is the first such experience of Belarus with one of the neighboring states. Previously, treaties signed by the Soviet Union and the Polish People’s Republic in 1945 were used. The protocol signed today will form the basis of an international treaty on the state border, which is planned to be concluded in the near future.

The length of the joint state border between Belarus and Poland is about 428 kilometers.