The split between politicians regarding Lukashenka’s actions occurs in eastern Poland, as it turns out, not only in our country. The President of the Bundestag, Bräbel Pass, has called for rapid assistance to migrants at the Polish-Belarus border.
“People are brought to the EU border with false promises. They are taken advantage of.”
– said the SPD politician on Sunday in an interview with Funke Mediengruppe newspapers.
“We cannot allow people and their destinies to be used as leverage,” she warned. Europe must quickly agree on how to help these people.
In the context of the situation on the Polish-German border, the voice of reason was heard from the Prime Minister of Saxony, Michael Kretschmer. The politician spoke out against accepting migrants stranded in the border area in Germany or other EU countries. “If we wanted to, they wouldn’t have to detour through Minsk, but they could fly directly to Germany.”
stress it “We have clear rules on immigration. Recognized refugees or skilled workers can come. This does not apply to migrants lured by Lukashenka. We have to show the dictator in Minsk that this measure will not work. Then the smuggling will stop.”
Kretschmer replied to a journalist asking how long one could endure images of suffering and freezing families:
“We have to put up with these images and help Poland secure its external border with the EU. Warsaw is doing the right thing, so we shouldn’t stab Poland in the back.”
– Notice the politician.
Another voice in favor of our country was heard in the Czech Republic.
“We talked about the difficult situation on the Polish-Belarusian border. I expressed my support for Poland and reiterated that we are ready to provide bilateral assistance if we are asked to do so.”
– Culhank Books.
He stressed that the foreign ministers of the Visegrad Group, formed by Hungary and Slovakia along with the Czech Republic and Poland, will consult on Monday on the situation on the border with Belarus. During the meeting, Culhank wants to renew his offer of help. He spoke in favor of imposing more sanctions on Belarus.
Kolhank resigned and Andrej Babis’ entire office. The new government was formed by the leader of the right-wing Civic Democratic Party (ODS), Peter Fiala. On Saturday, the ODS Parliamentary Club called for Czech policemen to be sent to the border with Belarus. The ODS also believes that the Czech government should support any decision taken by the EU institutions regarding Belarus.
Vyslav Michalik, vice president of the Mayors and Independents Movement (STAN), one of the five groups that make up the future government, responded to Kolhank’s entry into the social network. He wrote that he supported the idea of sending Czech policemen to the border with Belarus.
“Let us show our neighbors that we are not cowards, that we know how to stand in solidarity and that we are jointly responsible for protecting the external borders of the Union.”
– He said.
Source: PAP, niezalezna.pl
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