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Belarus Significant increase in the number of flights from the Middle East to Minsk to bring migrants from this region into the country, according to German reports Diary Welt am Sonntag. According to the latest plans to land at the airport of the Belarusian capital, about 40 flights per week from Istanbul, Damascus and Dubai are scheduled to be organized by March, the newspaper reported. These three airports are currently used by migrants who want to fly directly to Belarus, where they continue their journey towards the European Union.

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New airports will come

This means that there are currently more than two flights from the Middle East to Minsk times The number of flights is more than the winter of 2019/2020. At that time, about 17 aircraft from these and other airports in the Middle East landed in Minsk. After that, the number of flights decreased due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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At the moment, about 800-1000 migrants land in Belarus every day, according to “Welt am Sonntag”, citing information from the German security services. In the near future, five more Belarusian airports will be opened for flights from the Middle East. These ports will be transferred from domestic airports to international airports. One of them is located only 20 kilometers from the Polish border in Grodno.

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“Lukashenka is desperate”

The European Union accuses the President of Belarus, Alexander Lukashenko, of smuggling in response to European sanctions. uchod¼cow From the Middle East across the borders of Poland, Lithuania and Latvia to the union. “The situation on the eastern border is unprecedented and stemmed from an aggressive and completely unscrupulous regime,” EU Home Affairs Commissioner Ylva Johansson told Welt am Sonntag. “Lukashenka He is desperate, and the European Union is taking action against his regime and is considering imposing more sanctions.”

According to data from the Federal Police, which is responsible for border protection in Germany, 572 people illegally entered Germany from Belarus in the first four days of November alone. During this year, 8,407 people illegally crossed the border, coming “by the Belarusian route”, most of them across the Polish-German border.


The article comes from the site German wave.