A group of migrants broke into Poland from Belarus

A group of migrants on Friday, November 12, broke through to Poland from Belarus at the “Bruzgi” checkpoint . The refugees are currently walking along the Polish fence.

“A group of migrants broke through into Poland a few minutes ago. The refugees damaged the barbed wire fence at the “Bruzgi” checkpoint, Polish police filmed everything on video,” Sputnik agency said in a report in its Telegram channel.

It is noted that the migrants, having left the territory of Belarus, move along the Polish defensive fence.

In turn, the State Border Committee of Belarus recorded the movement of a group of refugees along the state border to the spontaneous camp on the border with Poland. This was reported to journalists by Anton Bychkovsky, the official representative of the agency.

Earlier today, it was reported that a group of women with children had tried to cross the Polish-Belarusian border illegally. According to the Polish law enforcement officers, the actions of refugees from the Middle East were stopped.

The same day it was reported that Belarusian law enforcement officers brought food to the refugee camp on the Belarusian-Polish border. The footage shows children and women standing in the crowd hoping to get food. The journalist notes that every day the number of migrants at the border is increasing.

Also on Friday, Belarusian Permanent Representative to the UN, Valentin Rybakov, said that Poland and Lithuania were using the situation with migrants on the border with Belarus to get more money from the European Union (EU). In his opinion, the West must bear full responsibility for the people, fleeing en masse from the countries it has destroyed.

The day before, Polish President Andrzej Duda visited the border regions. He met with the military and police officers guarding the border. The head of state stated that the security forces are on alert because of migrants. He added that he was in constant contact with NATO and EU partners and that Poland’s position had “full support and understanding” there. On the same day, Lukasz Jasina, spokesman for the Polish Foreign Ministry, noted that there were no plans to let migrants into the EU.