The State Border Committee of Belarus accused the Polish side of trying to oust another group of migrants
The State Border Committee of Belarus accused Polish colleagues of trying to force out another group of migrants. Photo: screenshot of the video of the CPC
The State Border Committee of Belarus said that “on the night of September 25-26, Polish border guards tried to force another group of migrants on the territory of Belarus”.
As noted in the message in the Telegram channel of the State Civil Code, the incident occurred at about midnight. A video of this moment is also published there.
“Polish security forces delivered a group of troops to a section of the Polish-Belarusian border in the Rusaki border group” of the Grodno border group, and then, using force and service troops, tried to force foreigners to cross the border through a passage previously made in the engineering fence. Before sending the group to Belarusian territory, the security forces carefully examined their personal belongings. “
They added that a group of refugees was “urged on by an aggressive service dog,” and the migrants were confused and frightened.
“The foreigners were shouted in the back,“ You must go! “And pointed in the direction of Belarus,” the press service of the State Prosecutor’s Office said.
It is noted that the Belarusian border guards did not allow refugees to cross the border and get to Belarus.
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