“Russia has a clear responsibility in this matter. It must put pressure on the Belarusian authorities to end the crisis and engage in negotiations.” Truss wrote for The Sunday Telegraph. He criticized Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko’s efforts to “undermine security in the region.” “He creates instability and uses disbelieving immigrants as images in an attempt to stay in power regardless of human lives.” She wrote. “England will not look away from this. We will stand by our allies in the region on the brink of independence.” Insisted. The AFP reported on Thursday that Britain had sent a team of about ten troops to strengthen Poland’s border with Belarus.
In an interview with the Rossi-24 news agency on Saturday, Putin denied allegations that Moscow was involved in organizing the crisis on Poland’s Belarusian border. There are critical voices that thousands of migrants from Poland and Western European countries, who are flocking to the eastern border of the EU, are being sent there by Moscow in collaboration with Minsk, the AFP explains.
Putin is ready to help
Reuters reported on Sunday that Putin had said he was ready to assist in resolving the migration crisis on the Poland-Belarus border. “Of course, if anything depends on us, we are ready to help in every way.” Putin said, citing Riya Novosti, quoting an interview with Russian state television.
Zdroj: AP via SITA / Leonid Shcheglov / BelTA, file
Last week, German Chancellor Angela Merkel spoke to Putin about the tense situation on the Polish-Belarusian border. He called on the Kremlin leader to use his influence in Minsk to help prevent Belarusian immigrants from being subjected to “inhumane” abuse. According to Minsk, there are about 2,000 migrants on the Polish-Belarusian border, including pregnant women and children. Warsaw says there are 3,000 to 4,000, and they come every day.
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