Poland expects more refugees from Afghanistan on Belarusian border

Source : 112 Ukraine

According to Polish intelligence services, the Belarusian regime has deliberately set up a base to house migrants in a logistics center in order to detain illegal immigrants for as long as possible
12:35, 23 November 2021


More refugees from Afghanistan are expected on the Polish-Belarusian border, Minister-Coordinator of Special Services Stanisław Żaryn announced, reports.

"The conflict on the Polish-Belarusian border begins to be a conflict calculated for a decidedly long time. The migration of people from Afghanistan fleeing the Taliban rule has not yet started. Therefore, we do not have any signals that this crisis and the cynical human game will end," the minister states.

It is noted that the Belarusian regime has deliberately created a base for migrants in a logistics center in order to detain illegal migrants for as long as possible in the country. They prepare migrants to destabilize the Polish border.

In addition, aggressive sentiment has recently spread among illegals. They use any means to attack the Polish border, use the equipment provided by the Belarusian regime.

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 Noember 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.

Earlier it became known that Germany has rejected Minsk's call to receive 2,000 migrants in a temporary camp on the Belarusian-Polish border.

Related: Belarus-Poland migrant crisis: Latest update

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