There are 10,000 migrants in Belarus who may enter Poland and Lithuania, Polish Prime Minister Matthew Moravecki warned on Friday.
“According to our data, there are more than 10,000 people in Belarus, possibly much more, who have been displaced from the Middle East, mainly from Iraq, but also from Syria to carry out a hybrid attack,” Moraveckis told a joint press conference in Warsaw with Lithuanian Prime Minister Ingrid Shimonit.
The Minsk regime, “inspired by Moscow, is spreading provocations against Lithuania and Poland,” the prime minister stressed.
A crisis has erupted on the Polish-Lithuanian-Latvian border with Belarus in recent months, with large numbers of migrants smuggled across the border by the regime of authoritarian leader Alexander Lukashenko trying to avenge the West on sanctions imposed on Minsk for falsifying presidential and Minsk elections. due to the brutal repression of opposition protests.
Minsk is sending migrants to the Middle East across the border as part of the Lukashenko regime’s expanded hybrid war to destabilize the EU, the West explains.
The post 10,000 migrants may enter Poland and Lithuania, the prime minister warns appeared first on Newsy Today.