An entry appeared in social media in which the Border Guard presents data on the situation on the Polish-Belarusian border. Yesterday, there were almost 400 attempts to illegally cross the border. The most serious attempt was made in Czeremcha, where over 200 people tried to enter Poland illegally.
“Yesterday, on November 24, on the Polish-Belarusian border, 375 attempts to cross it illegally. Against 56 foreigners, #functionariesSG issued decisions to leave Poland. Two illegal immigrants were arrested – currently Iraq. On the section protected by PSG in Czeremcha, a group of over 200 people crossed the border. “- we read on the Twitter profile of the Border Guard.
Prime Minister’s offensive
Prime Minister Morawiecki is implementing the diplomatic offensive announced on Friday, which is to strengthen the Polish position in the hybrid conflict with the regime of Alexander Lukashenka.
The head of government has already met, inter alia, with the leaders of Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Croatia, France and Slovenia. As the government spokesman announced on Wednesday, the next politicians with whom Morawiecki will meet will be German Chancellor Angela Merkel and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
During his visit to Germany, Morawiecki will also talk to the candidate for chancellor Olaf Schulz from the SPD.
Meanwhile, the President of Russia, Vladimir Putin, during a conversation with the head of the European Council, Charles Michel, accused Poland of escalating the conflict on the border with Belarus.
The Russian leader said Polish officials were using water cannons, tear gas and stun grenades against migrants. The Russian politician “expressed his hope” that the President of the European Council would put pressure on Poland to “prevent violence against migrants and actions that could aggravate the situation.”
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