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Migrants aggressively attack Polish border again, one border guard injured

Source : 112 Ukraine

During the border attack, illegal migrants threw stones and pieces of wood at officers and soldiers
14:46, 24 November 2021

Ministry of National Defence of Poland

Migrants aggressively attacked the Polish border again, one border guard was injured, polsatnews.pl reports.

"In the areas guarded by border guards in Dubicze Cerkiewne and Mélnik, groups of aggressive foreigners attacked the border. The attackers threw stones and pieces of wood at the officers and soldiers. One of the soldiers was wounded in the head. He was provided with medical assistance," the statement reads.

In addition, that night, six people on a pontoon tried to cross the Bug river to get from Belarus to the Polish coast. This was prevented by Polish border guards.

On November 23, there have been 267 attempts to cross the Polish border illegally. 44 foreigners were decided to leave Poland.

Since the beginning of the year, border guards have recorded over 35,000 attempts to cross the Polish-Belarusian border illegally, of which more than 6,000 in November, almost 17.3 thousand - in October, almost 7.7 thousand - in September and more than 3.5 thousand in August.

As it was reported, on November 8 on the Polish-Belarusian border a large number of migrants was noticed. Because of this, the Polish government sent a large number of military to the borders.

Every day migrants attack the Polish border, but they fail to break through. For example, on November 21, a group of 100 migrants attacked the border near the town of Czeremcha.

Recently, the Belarusian regime took migrants from some border areas and placed them in the logistics center. A real town of illegal migrants is starting to appear.

Polish Defense Minister Mariusz Błaszczak announced a new tactic of smuggling migrants across the Polish border, which has been used by Belarusian security forces. It is that smaller groups of people are trying to cross the border in many places.

Polish government expects more refugees from Afghanistan on the Polish-Belarusian border.

Related: Ukraine launches special operation on Belarus border

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