April 7 at the proposal of the House of Representatives Constitutional Court of Belarus has decided its position on the Polish Law "On the Pole's Card".
House of Representatives appealed to the Constitutional Court, that he appreciated the match "Polish Card" generally recognized principles and norms of international law.
According to the Constitutional Court, certain provisions of the Polish law in defining the powers of certain NGOs, registered in Belarus, on issues related to the issuance of "Polish Card", "do not meet the generally accepted principles of the sovereign equality of States and non-interference in matters within the domestic jurisdiction of another State."
The provisions of the law relating to extradition Belarusian citizens "Polish Card" Consul of Poland, did not comply with the provisions of the Vienna Convention on Consular Relations and the Belarusian-Polish consular convention. They also violate the agreement between Belarus and Poland on good neighborliness.
Visa regime and privileges in employment, which gives a "Polish Card" by the Constitutional Court, established unilaterally and does not correspond to the Belarusian-Polish agreement on mutual trips of citizens, as well as an agreement on the mutual employment of citizens. According to the court, they violate the universally recognized principle of good faith implementation by States of the obligations of the Declaration on Principles of International Law.