Migrants from the Middle East have set up a new camp near the Bruzhy checkpoint on the Belarusian side of the border. In total, there are about a thousand migrants in this area, according to the Twitter of the headquarters of the Polish Border Service.
"On the Belarusian side, a group of foreigners is wandering at the border crossing in Bruzgi - it's a new camp. In the old one, a few hundred meters away, there are still people. In total, there are about 1,000 foreigners in the region, while the rest were taken by the Belarusian services," the message reads.
Formerly Belarusian services transported illegal migrants from the checkpoint "Bruzgi" in an unknown direction. Migrants went to the buses and collected the logs, which they later used to cross the border.
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. Soon the Belarusian security forces tried to push 35 people to the Polish border, and on November 13 they intended to break through the fence on the border with Poland with the help of a service car.
Later, the illegal migrants began to storm the Polish border in the area of Podlaskie Voivodeship. Migrants threw stones at border guards, but failed to cross the Polish border.