Prime Minister Donald Tusk affirmed that Poland will vigorously push for comprehensive sanctions against Russia in the 13th package. While acknowledging challenges, including an embargo on nuclear power plant fuel due to dependencies, Tusk emphasized Poland's historical stance on robust sanctions. Proposing sectoral sanctions alongside the Baltic states, Poland targets measures like LNG and aluminum import bans, knowledge transfer prohibitions, and enhanced aviation restrictions. The package aims to cover Belarus, preventing Russia's circumvention of EU constraints. EU decision-makers aim to adopt the 13th package in February, marking the second anniversary of Russia's invasion of Ukraine.