“Britain stands in solidarity with Poland – the migration crisis triggered by the Lukashenko regime is the latest in a series of abhorrent attempts to weaken our European partners. We have imposed more sanctions and will continue to hold the regime responsible,” Morton wrote on Twitter. .

On Monday morning, the media published information about a large group of migrants walking on the Belarusian side towards the border with Poland. Migrants gathered near Konica. The Ministry of National Defense informed this afternoon that the Ministry of Interior, the Administration and the soldiers managed to stop the first collective attempt to cross the border. Currently, the emigrants set up a camp in the Kuźnica region, guarded by the Belarusian services.

On Monday, chaired by Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki, a meeting of crisis personnel was held regarding the situation at the Polish-Belarus border, and then in the National Security Office, President Andrei Duda held a meeting on the same day. Problem. On Tuesday, a session of the House of Representatives was devoted to the situation on the border with Belarus.

Several EU countries, including, expressed solidarity with Poland, Slovakia, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Slovenia, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Greece and France.

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