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Janina Ochojska is arrested on the Polish-Belarusian border. Ochojska on the motivation to visit the border, Magdalena El Ghamari on the crisis on the Polish-Belarusian border

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Janina Ochojska, MEP and founder of the Polish Humanitarian Action, referred in “Faktach po Faktach” to detaining her on the border with Belarus and preventing her from visiting the border zone. “My intention was to find out what was happening at the border,” she explained. She stated that she would “try to be able to reach this border”. Dr. Magdalena El Ghamari from Collegium Civitas also spoke about the border crisis.

It is valid from Wednesday temporary ban on staying in the border zone near the border with Belarus, which replaced the state of emergency that had previously been in force in this area. Also on Wednesday, MEP and founder of the Polish Humanitarian Action Janina Ochojska wanted to enter Białowieżawhich is on the list of localities covered by the regulation. The police did not let her in. Ochojska heard that “the policemen do not allow anyone who is not a resident or does not work there”. With a request for permission to enter, she called the commander of the Podlasie Border Guard Unit, who informed her that a special application had to be submitted.


Janina Ochojska in Friday’s “Fakty po Faktach” on TVN24 spoke more about the situation that happened to her at the Polish-Belarusian border and referred to the words of the spokesman of the minister of special services coordinator Stanisław Żaryn related to her visit.

Ochojska: I don’t think that going to the border would be a threat to Poland’s security

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Żaryn, publishing the MEP’s entry announcing her trip, wrote that “on the first day after the entry into force of the new rules for the protection of the border with Belarus, some politicians set off again to make political happenings”. “Such actions have a negative impact on the security of Poland and the ability to repel a hybrid operation against Poland,” he added.

– I do not think that going to the border, in short, would endanger any security of Poland. I neither had a gun, nor an army, I did not do anything that would be against this security – Ochojska argued on TVN24.

– My intention was to check what is happening at the border if it is possible to reach the border after the end of the state of emergency. I also wanted to check if such a possibility would be available – she explained. She assessed that she and those accompanying her should not be detained.

Ochojska: I don’t think that going to the border would be a threat to Poland’s security. I didn’t do anything to oppose himTVN24

As the MEP argued, “I was not close to the border, therefore I did not really see what was happening on that border”. “But I will definitely try to be able to reach this border,” she said.

Expert: She would like the crisis to end soon. However, I am not an optimist

The second guest of “Fakty po Faktach”, an expert on Middle East and security issues, Dr. Magdalena El Ghamari from Collegium Civitas, said, however, that “she would very much like the entire migration and crisis on the Polish-Belarusian border to end soon”. “Though I’m not an optimist here,” she admitted.

She stated that migrants returning to their countries from the Polish and Belarusian border inform very often, also in social media, “that they will once again try to cross the border.”

Main photo source: TVN24

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