November 30, 2021

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Lukashenko claims that refugees do not want to return to their homeland

According to the president, the country is preparing to put migrants on planes and send them back to their country.

Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko announced on Monday that Belarus is ready to immediately repatriate refugees, but they do not want to return home. This was reported by AFP referring to the Belta.

According to Lukashenko, the Belarusian authorities are doing everything possible to ensure that such people do not gather at the state border.

“We are ready, as we usually do, to put everyone on board, including the Belarusian aircraft carrier Belavia, which will take them home immediately,” he said.

But he described the refugees as “stubborn people” who don’t want to go home, Belta wrote. According to him, these people do not have the means to provide for their living needs in their countries of origin, and some of them fear for their lives.

Lukashenko rejects the conflict on the border

The Belarusian president also said on Monday that Belarus does not want any conflict on its borders.

Thousands of migrants from the Middle East camp in the eastern border regions of Poland who want to reach Poland and from there to Europe. The European Union accuses Belarus of deliberately bringing people into Eastern Europe and then smuggling them to the West.

EU member states accuse Minsk of deliberately escalating the crisis and calling for sanctions. On the other hand, Belarusian President Lukashenko claims that the Western countries themselves are to blame for this situation, because as a result of their actions, people flee their pre-war homeland. Several countries have warned that this situation could lead to military conflict.

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