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Tensions Along Belarus-Poland Border Ease As Cold Begins To Bite

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Belarus appears to be attempting to ease tensions along its border with Poland.

According to the Minsk officials about 7000 refugees are currently strained in Belarus waiting for their chance to enter Europe.

On November 18th, Belarus reportedly moved a big part of refugees away from the main camps near the Polish border.

The State Border Committee of Belarus reported that the main part of asylum seekers had moved into a heated warehouse not far from the border, emptying out their camps. All refugees from a makeshift camp at the Bruzgi checkpoint on the border with Poland voluntarily moved to a logistics center equipped by the authorities to accommodate migrants.

The Polish border guard said the camps on the frontier in western Belarus were now completely empty. Still, Polish security forces arrested around a hundred migrants overnight as they tried to break across the border.

Belarus also released a video from its State Border Committee, alleging it showed Lithuanian border guards with dogs pushing migrants away from the Belarus-Lithuania frontier Tuesday night.

Lithuania denied the claim, releasing its own video of the incident. It blamed Belarusian officials for pushing the group of 13 migrants toward the Lithuanian side and preventing them from returning to Belarus after being stopped by the Lithuanian guards.

The move comes after a flurry of diplomatic activity.  Earlier this week, Germany’s Chancellor Angela Merkel spoke by telephone twice to Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko. Russian President Vladimir Putin also called on Lukashenko to start a dialogue with his opponents.

The European Commission and Germany rejected a proposal by Belarus that European Union countries take in some of the asylum seekers currently in its territory. Minsk reportedly requested from the EU to house 2,000 migrants and ease the strain.

In its turn, Belarus is ready to take care of the other 5,000 refugees in its territory, and assist them to return home.

A flight to Iraq had already taken off from Minsk to repatriate about 400 refugees.

Minsk also opened an opportunity to naturalize and employ those willing to stay in Belarus.

Shortly before the plan was announced, the European Commission had said there could be no negotiation with Belarus over the plight of the migrants.

In what could be considered a jab at Warsaw, Belarus restricted oil flows to Europe for unscheduled maintenance.

Poland’s pipeline operator PERN Group said Russia’s Transneft pipeline monopoly had informed it that “oil deliveries to Poland and Germany will be slightly reduced.”

It is possible that the situation has partially eased, but it is likely just a phase, as parties are not near close to agreement.

Belarus also continues to strengthen its border air defense. New batch S-300 air defense systems were spotted moving towards the Polish border.

In any case, this refugee crisis has demonstrated that in practice European liberal democracies have moved away from the principles of tolerance and unconditional commitment to respect for fundamental human rights that they used to promote worldwide. In its turn, the so-called dictatorial regime of Lukashenko has taken all possible measures to alleviate the plight of refugees.

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Chris Gr

Europe should be reorganized in order to counter the Turkish threat and other challenges.

Dr shlomo biddlestein

crissy should be reorganized to reduce cruising for other brain diseased schizotypal afflicted at SF

Rodney Loder.

Poland is openly a Nazi state, probably all the World will be Fascist soon, the ones’ that want to stay liberal won’t survive.
I personally had it sent down to me from Heaven in 1950 that such would be the case.
Anyhow not to worry, the refugees in Belarus-Poland are Kurds, so they now know what ti think of jew maggots.
The Kurds supported jew maggot Freemason swine murdering their Countrymen and Women now they know what jews are.

Chris Gr

Totally wrong.

Dr shlomo biddlestein

medication all wrong provided by your social worker drug dealer

Christopher

If the Poles shot them dead as soon as they crossed the border, they would get the message, the same for those invaders crossing the channel.

Chris Gr

You should not kill.

mark

Poland is not Fasizm, we never be and never go this way. it’s funny how Belarus troops are good. they don’t bit migrants ;) and quick ball from Europan leaders to Lukaszenko “nein” ;)

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