Poland: Belarus soldiers are said to have destroyed the border fence – politics abroad

It would be a new escalation from the dictator’s troops!

Poland raises serious allegations against Belarus: Its soldiers are said to have destroyed a border barrier between the two countries in order to enable refugees to enter the EU.

Meanwhile, the Polish border troops are said to have been blinded by the Belarus army with searchlights and laser pointers. Meanwhile, 100 migrants were waiting nearby to cross the border. Circulating on the net Videos of the situation.

Dictator Alexander Lukashenko (67) is apparently increasing the pressure on Europe with all his might!

Another accusation from Poland: “The Belarusians provided the foreigners with tear gas that was used against the Polish services.” Ultimately, however, the crowd was prevented from crossing the border.

The devastating situation in the border area

Another body had previously been discovered in the border area between the two countries. The dead is a 20-year-old man from Syria, said a spokesman for the Polish police on Saturday.

Accordingly, the body was discovered by a forest worker in a forest near the village of Wolka Terechowska. The dead had a Syrian passport with him.

Foto: picture alliance/dpa/TASS

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One of the refugee camps on the Polish-Belarusian borderFoto: picture alliance/dpa/TASS

A forensic examination should provide information about the cause of death. At least eight people have already died in the border area.

In temperatures around freezing point, thousands of migrants have been waiting for several days on the Belarusian border in makeshift camps in the forest.

The Belarusian ruler Alexander Lukashenko is accused of bringing refugees from crisis regions to the EU’s external border in an organized manner. Time and again, migrants manage to get to the Polish side through the barbed wire barricade at the border.

It was only on Thursday that Germany’s possible new Chancellor Olaf Scholz (63, SPD) criticized: “Lukashenko is engaging in an inhuman power game with human lives. That must and that will have consequences. “



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