Belarus is not going to attack Poland, Lukashenko said

President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko during a joint press conference with President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin following the meeting - 1920, 09.11.2021

MOSCOW, Nov 9 – President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko said that Belarus is not going to attack Poland, and explained the situation with Middle Eastern migrants at the border by the EU’s desire to divert attention from its own problems.
“Inside Poland, Lithuania. Take Germany today – the so-called transit of power. Take Great Britain, in France, they have problems above the roof. We did not stand next to them. The peoples are dissatisfied. But how to mix and level this? then an idiot, a bastard, a scoundrel who will attack Poland tomorrow. Yes, we never intended and are not going to attack Poland, “Lukashenko said in an interview with military expert Igor Korotchenko, editor-in-chief of the Russian National Defense magazine. The video of the interview is published by the Telegram channel “Pool of the first”
On Monday, the State Border Committee of Belarus reported that a large group of refugees from the countries of the East and Africa went to the border of Belarus with Poland. In the evening, the department said that the situation with refugees on the border of the republic with Poland remains extremely tense: more than 2 thousand refugees, including a significant number of women and children, have stopped in front of the Polish barriers on the border line. The Polish security forces do not let them through, the migrants made attempts to overcome the obstacles.
Recently, Lithuania, Latvia and Poland reported an increase in the number of detained illegal migrants on the border with Belarus, accusing Minsk of creating a migration crisis. Minsk rejects all charges. In connection with the situation, the President of Poland introduced a state of emergency on the territories bordering with Belarus, the army and the police were involved in protecting the border. President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko noted that Minsk will no longer restrain the flow of illegal migrants to the EU countries: because of the West’s sanctions, there is “neither money, nor effort.” The border guards of Belarus have repeatedly stated about the forcible expulsion of migrants by Lithuania, Poland and Latvia to the Belarusian territory.

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