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Crisis on the border. Police in Podlasie: the night at the crossing in Kuźnica passed calmly, some people returned to the previous camp

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The night from Tuesday to Wednesday passed calmly at the Polish-Belarusian border crossing point in Kuźnica, a spokesman for the Podlasie police said on Wednesday morning. – Some of the people on the Belarusian side have returned to the previous camp, some camp at the terminal on the Belarusian side – he added. On Tuesday, the migrants, supplied by Belarusians with rubble and rocket grenades, tried to break through the border.

Tomasz Krupa, the spokesman of the Podlasie police, informed that the night at the border crossing in Kuźnica passed calmly. – Some people on the Belarusian side returned to the previous camp, some camp at the terminal on the Belarusian side – he said.

Krupa also reported that in the last 24 hours there were no detentions of people illegally transporting migrants in Poland.

Spokeswoman of the Border Guard, 2nd Lt. Anna Michalska informed on Tuesday evening that the migrants returned to their encampment on the Belarusian side. “People are in a lair, where they sit and light fires,” she said. – We assume that there are about two thousand people there – said a spokeswoman for the Border Guard.

The situation in the migrant camp on the border with Polandborder guards

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Żaryn: Belarusian officers showed up in the evening

The spokesman of the minister coordinator of special services, Stanisław Żaryn, wrote on Twitter on Tuesday that “in the evening, Belarusian officers appeared in the place where the Polish border was attacked and from where, for example, stones were thrown at Poles, they behaved as if they were securing evidence in investigation “.

He attached a short film to the entry in which you can see a group of men dressed in black, wearing disposable gloves and picking up various items from the ground. Uniformed officers are also visible.

“It looks like a preparation for a propaganda action against Poland. It is very likely that Belarus will start accusing the Polish authorities of alleged crimes committed today. The next provocations are almost certain …” – he wrote in the next post.

Attack near the border crossing in Kuźnica

On Tuesday morning, at the crossing in Kuźnica (closed for a week), an attack was launched from the Belarusian side against Polish officers of various services protecting the border. The migrants threw stones, branches and stun grenades at the Polish services and tried to force their way into Poland. The police used water cannons. Tomasz Krupa, spokesman of the Podlasie police said that the attack lasted a total of over two hours.

The Polish police summarized on Tuesday evening that nine policemen and policewomen were injured in the attack, and twelve officers of various services were injured in total.

State of emergency

Since September 2, due to the migratory pressure in the border zone with Belarus, 183 localities in the Podlaskie and Lubelskie voivodships have been under a state of emergency. It was introduced for 30 days under the ordinance of President Andrzej Duda, issued at the request of the Council of Ministers. The Seym agreed to extend the state of emergency for another 60 days.

Journalists have no access to the area under the state of emergency. When reporting on the events at the border, the media can use almost exclusively official government recordings and information.

By the middle of next year, a steel barrier will be erected on the Podlasie section of the border with Belarus, topped with barbed wire and enriched with electronic devices. The dam will be 180 km long and 5.5 m high. Along the border, motion sensors as well as day and night cameras will be installed. The Bug River is a natural dam on the section of the Polish-Belarusian border in the Lubelskie Voivodeship.

Main photo source: Wojska Obrony T Terrialny / PAP



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