The number of illegal crossings of the German border by migrants using the route through Belarus and Poland has been growing rapidly since August, according to the Darfur Peace Agreement. From January to July, 26 such cases were recorded, in August – 474, in September – September 1914.

This month, until October 11, 1,934 people crossed Poland from Belarus illegally across the German border.

The country of origin of immigrants is often Iraq, but they are also citizens of Syria, Yemen and Iran. The federal states most affected by the new wave of immigration are Brandenburg, Saxony and Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, according to German police.

Immigrant centers are beginning to fill up, especially in Brandenburg, and the number of places available in them is increasing.

The situation is not tragic, but difficult, said the head of the Migration Center in Eisenhuitenstadt, located in Brandenburg, near the Polish border. He added that the biggest challenge was the need to provide migrants with the necessary sanitary conditions in connection with the COVID-19 pandemic.

Several EU countries accuse Belarusian ruler Alexander Lukashenka of organizing a new wave of migrants arriving at the western borders of the EU, Latvia, Lithuania and Poland – states the Department of Political Affairs. He adds that despite tighter controls, thousands of migrants cross these borders, some with the help of smugglers.


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