It is a one-time process: 50 ambassadors from other countries in Poland have written an open letter to the government in Warsaw. In it they demand more protection for homosexuals and other sexual minorities.
Ambassadors from 50 countries have appealed to Poland to respect the rights of gays, lesbians and other sexual minorities. In a joint open letter that was published on Sunday, the diplomats working in Poland called for the protection of these minorities from "verbal and physical abuse" and from messages of hatred. To this end, we must work together on a climate of "non-discrimination, tolerance and mutual acceptance".
The letter was signed by the ambassadors of almost all EU partner countries as well as those of the USA, Canada, Israel, Japan and other states. The letter was published by US Ambassador Georgette Mosbacher on Twitter.