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Cherlonka. The body of an unknown person was found in the forest near the border with Belarus

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Podlasie police reported that the body of an unknown person was found in the forest near Czerlonka (Podlasie). The case is being clarified.

“Police officers, under the supervision of the prosecutor, are conducting activities in connection with the discovery of the body of an unknown person in the forest near Czerlonka in the Hajnówka district,” the Podlasie police wrote on Twitter.

The spokesman for the Provincial Police Headquarters in Białystok, Sub-Inspector Tomasz Krupa, added that the uniforms received the notification on Thursday (February 16) around noon. The case is being investigated by the District Prosecutor’s Office in Hajnówka, which has not yet provided any information on the matter.

A woman’s body was also found near Hajnówka on Sunday

The prosecutor’s office in Hajnówka is also clarifying the case death of a woman whose body was found last Sunday in the forest near Hajnówka.

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The head of this prosecutor’s office, Jan Andrejczuk, said on Thursday in an interview with the Polish Press Agency that the prosecutor’s office has information from activists that it may be the body of a 28-year-old Ethiopian woman. The prosecutor’s office asked the Ethiopian Embassy in Berlin to confirm the authenticity of the scans of the woman’s identity documents, which were presented to the prosecutor’s office. She also requested, through the embassy, ​​that the woman’s family be informed of her death.

Andrejczuk said that based on the woman’s autopsy, doctors concluded that the cause of her death could be hypothermia. However, other tests were ordered: histopathology, toxicology and COVID-19.

However, he added that the results should be awaited. It is about checking whether the woman had any diseases that could be related to her death.

Bodies were also found in January

In mid-January, we informed about the discovery of bodies, also in the vicinity of Czerlonka. Wojciech Piktel, spokesman for the District Prosecutor’s Office in Suwałki, who supervises the investigation in this case, told us on February 8 that on January 12-13 near Czerlonka, the bodies of two unknown men and the remains of two people whose sex had not yet been found were found.

The bodies and remains were found by Polish Army soldiers patrolling the area. They were lying in four different places, in hard-to-reach and swampy areas in the area of ​​Czerlonka.

“Currently, the results of the autopsy, examination of the remains and histopathological examination of the samples taken are awaited to determine the cause of death. In addition, activities are being carried out to determine the identity of the deceased,” Piktel wrote to us.

Operation “Sluice” – Lukashenko’s revenge

The migration crisis on the borders of Belarus with Poland, Lithuania and Latvia was caused by Alyaksandr Lukashenko, who is accused of waging a hybrid war. It consists in an organized transfer of migrants to the territory of Poland, Lithuania and Latvia. During the 27 years of his rule, Lukashenka has often threatened Europe with weakening border controls.

Operation “Sluice” – where did the planes to Minsk come from? This is what emerges from the analysis of thousands of flights

The action of bringing migrants to Belarus from the Middle East or Africa to cause a migration crisis was described on his blog in August last year by Tadeusz Giczan, a journalist from the Belarusian opposition channel Nexta. He explained that the Belarusian security services were running the idea invented 10 years ago in this way Operation Sluice. Under the guise of trips to Minsk, promising to transfer to the EU, Lukashenko’s regime brought thousands of migrants to Belarus. Then he transported them to the borders of EU countries, where Belarusian services force them to cross them illegally. This operation is still ongoing.

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