- The spokeswoman thus confirmed the information that a woman found two weeks ago in a forest near the border had a miscarriage. – The doctors informed us that the woman’s condition was serious. We also know that the woman had a miscarriage, she said
- Referring to the current situation at the border, the spokeswoman indicated that the situation was still dangerous. – Migrants are now more aggressive than we saw a few weeks ago. (…) We are pelted with stones – she said on Radio Plus
- Lt. Michalska also confirmed in an interview that the Border Guard is noting signals that “Belarusian officers may be under the influence of alcohol”. – The behavior of people under the influence of alcohol is certainly less predictable. It is certainly even more dangerous – she emphasized in an interview
- Lt. Michalska also talked about the work of journalists on the border with the end of the state of emergency. – Accreditations will certainly be issued by the commanders of given institutions. However, we are also talking about how it will be exactly so that over 100 editorial offices will not suddenly appear in this area – commented
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Lt. Anna Michalska referred to the recent reports about an Iraqi family that officers found in the forest. The condition of the woman when found by the guards was difficult. – The woman with her husband and five children was found in the forest about two weeks ago. Her condition was serious, so she was hospitalized. The father and the children went to us to an institution, and then to a center, where they will be or have already been handed over to a non-governmental organization. In turn, the doctors recently informed us that the woman’s condition was still serious. We also know that the woman had a miscarriage – said Michalska.
The spokeswoman was also asked about Sunday reports from the Ministry of National Defense. The ministry informed in social media that Polish officers noted a situation where the border on the Belarusian side was patrolled by drunken soldiers. Lt. Michalska said the Border Guard was noting signals that “Belarusian officers may be under the influence of alcohol.” – The behavior of people under the influence of alcohol is certainly less predictable. It is certainly even more dangerous – emphasized in the interview 2nd Lt. Michalska.
On Radio Plus, the spokeswoman also commented on the return to their homelands of those migrants who have not been covered by international protection. – The return of another 30 people is planned in the near future – she said.
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– It is necessary to organize a large charter flight for these people, but as I say, there are specific procedures for this. Also here, of course, the consent of the Iraqi side to charter such a flight – commented the spokeswoman for the planned return of Iraqi citizens to their homeland and added that since the beginning of the year about 300 people have returned to their countries of origin.
Journalists at the border
The leader asked Sec. Michalska about the work of journalists on the border with the end of the state of emergency. According to government information, reporters will be able to appear in the border zone at the beginning of December. – Accreditations will certainly be issued by the commanders of given institutions. However, we are still talking about how exactly it will look so that over 100 editorial offices will not suddenly appear in this area – said the spokesman and said that she expects that about 20-30 people will receive passes at a time.
– We still have to analyze it thoroughly and determine what are our possibilities in this matter, in order to guarantee safety for everyone – added Michalska.
On the other hand, when asked how the situation was perceived by the inhabitants, the spokeswoman of the Border Guard replied that the officers received rather “positive signals after the introduction of the state of emergency”. – The state of emergency is a good buffer. We have the ability to catch people who help migrants cross the border. It makes our work easier, but also makes the residents feel safe – she replied. – We have no signals that this situation makes it very difficult for them to function – she added.
Source: Radio Plus
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