migrants break through the fence and cross the border – time.news

Poland announced that it had arrested over 50 migrants. European Council President Charles Michel in Warsaw to meet Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki

Two groups of migrants broke through parts of the fence of border between Belarus and Poland during the night of Tuesday, as reported by the Polish news agency Pap. Several dozen migrants managed to destroy fences near the villages of Krynki and Bialowieza and cross the border. The Polish Minister of Defense, Mariusz Baszczak, announced that already during the night there have been many attempts to violate the border: There are 15 thousand men at the border, soldiers of the Polish army. The number has been increased and of course, it can be increased even more if necessary.

Poland announced that it had arrested over 50 migrants on the Belarusian border. Over the past 24 hours, police have arrested more than 50 people near Bialowieza after they illegally crossed the border, they told the police.Afp
Tomasz Krupa, spokesman for the regional police, underlining how some – instead – managed to escape.

A confrontation between the President of the European Council, Charles Michel, and the prime minister Mateusz Morawiecki. The Polish government accuses Minsk of pushing thousands of people towards the country’s borders, while Belarusian President Lukashenko denounced the deployment of Polish regular forces at the border, stressing that his country will not kneel to the EU. Using vulnerable migrants as part of a hybrid attack goes beyond contempt. The EU will not accept any attempt to exploit migrants, Michel said on Twitter yesterday, expressing full solidarity with EU member states. Last night, in a speech in Berlin, Michel opened to the construction of physical infrastructures on the borders with EU funds: hypotheses that von der Leyen had categorically ruled out. Meanwhile, the ambassadors to the EU are discussing the fifth round of sanctions against the Lukashenko regime.

November 10, 2021 (change November 10, 2021 | 09:49)

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