October 24, 2021

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Immigrants from Belarus: Poland extends state of emergency

Neighboring countries Immigrants on the outer border of the European Union

The visit from Belarus is also noteworthy in Germany – Poland extends state of emergency

In this photo from August 19, border guards protect migrants crossing the border from Belarus to Poland

In this photo from August 19, border guards protect migrants crossing the border from Belarus to Poland

Quelle: AP / Mateusz Wodziński

In response to the sanctions, Belarusian ruler Lukashenko no longer barred immigrants from continuing to join the EU. This is especially confusing in neighboring Poland. The situation, including the kidnappers, has meanwhile reached the German border.

AFollowing the arrival of immigrants, the Polish parliament extended the state of emergency on the border with neighboring Belarus for two months until the end of November. Sezmin’s MPs on Thursday evening agreed to extend the 60 – day period for a second time. Earlier, President Andrzej Duda made a request in this regard.

The leadership around Belarusian ruler Alexander Lukashenko on Friday accused the neighboring country of “misinformation”. Border guards in Minsk said people were working as smugglers in Poland, which is why access to the border was blocked there. The authority released the videos for this purpose.

During a debate in Sezmil on Thursday evening, Pavel Soloch, head of the National Security Office, said that in September alone, about 7,000 migrants tried to cross the border illegally. There were about 120 in September of the previous year. Sezmin’s tweet says that his decision to extend the state of emergency should be “pressured by the Belarusian regime to destabilize the EU.”

Polish police control of Belarus border in late September - more than 10,000 attempts to cross the border illegally since August

Polish police control of Belarus border in late September – more than 10,000 attempts to cross the border illegally since August

Quelle: AP / Czarek Sokolowski

Polish Defense Minister Mariusz Blaskok announced that 2,400 soldiers would support border security. According to officials, there have been more than 10,000 attempts to cross the border illegally since August alone. 1500 migrants were captured and taken to refugee centers.

The government in Warsaw accuses Lukashenko of systematically bringing refugees from crisis-stricken areas such as Afghanistan, Syria and Iraq to the EU’s outer border. Authorities in Belarus are accusing the West of creating chaos in the region, which is why people are now looking for a better life. In response to the tightening of Western sanctions against the former Soviet republic, Lukashenko announced at the end of May that Belarus would not bar immigrants to the European Union.

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Aid organizations suspect that Polish border guards are deporting most of the migrants to Belarus. This cannot be verified as journalists and aides are not allowed into the area and there is a state of emergency at the border.

“They were knocked unconscious in Belarus”

EU Interior Commissioner Elva Johansson allowed Polish Interior Minister Mariusz Kaminski to enter the border with journalists at a meeting in Warsaw on Thursday evening, according to his own account. The Belarusian approach requires a decisive response from the EU. A spokesman for the Brussels Authority, Johansson, expressed concern over reports of illegal immigration retreats by Polish authorities.

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Heavy security by soldiers on both sides: refugees on the Belarus-Poland border

Border guards in Belarus have complained that people are being brutally deported by Polish authorities. “They are simply deposited in the territory of Belarus without awareness,” the company said. It is not possible to independently review these allegations.

Alexander Wolfovich, head of the Belarusian State Security Council, said that people from many countries can enter the Minsk airport without a visa. “Many of them do not hide the fact that their ultimate destination is the developed countries of Europe,” he told the Belda state agency. Especially interesting for immigrants from Germany, France and Great Britain.

The situation on the German-Polish border is also noteworthy

German federal police say the number of migrants on the German-Polish border is on the rise. By the end of September, the Federal Police had detained a total of 1,556 unauthorized persons, according to the Federal Directorate of Police in Berlin on Friday. Accordingly, the focus was on 225 cases in August and 1305 cases in September. The refugees are mainly from Iraq and Syria, Iran and Yemen.

“Managing the migration situation in the context of domestic border search aggravation is currently the main operational center of the Federal Directorate of Police in Berlin,” the police authority said. In one case, 40 people were found Thursday in the vicinity of a van loading area near Frankfurt and Der Order. 34 men and six women were arrested and the kidnapper was arrested.

In another case, according to witnesses, 41 people from Iraq and Syria, including a woman and two children, were found on a federal road in Rogo. They were also hijacked in the back of a pickup truck. The kidnapper was arrested.

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