Actress Olga Boładź and musician Krzysztof Zalewski brought to Michałów things for migrants, including thermos flasks, power banks and warm clothes. – You cannot sleep watching these children, whole families, women who may die of a cold – said Boładź. – When we see photos of young children who are sent to a cold forest at night, it is impossible to pass over such a picture to the agenda – Zalewski added.
Actress Olga Boładź and musician Krzysztof Zalewski came to Michałów in Podlasie on Thursday and brought with them things for migrants that they had left in a volunteer fire brigade unit.
Bołędzie said in an interview with a TVN24 reporter that the gifts include “thermoses, energy gels, warm clothes, but those that can be worn in wet conditions and the skin must drain this moisture”. Zalewski added that they also took charged power banks with them. – All the things that we brought are things that Grupa Granica wrote about that they are needed – he said.
Bitch: you can’t sleep watching these babies
The actress also said that “you cannot sleep watching these children, whole families, women who may die of a cold.” – We’re here because we can. We have a moment off, so we came – said Boładź.
She indicated that “the inhabitants of border towns can help a lot”. – We can also help and bring these gifts there, and influence other organizations to come here and help these people – she argued.
As she reported, the artists appeared in Michałów with the association of Women of Film, which organized the campaign. – Thanks to this group, we were also able to come here and organize ourselves so quickly. We are also from our own heart, because of this need – she added.
– We are not going into politics here, we are not judging anyone. Only when we see photos of young children who are sent to a cold forest at night, it is impossible to pass over such a picture to the agenda – added Zalewski.
A state of emergency at the border with Belarus
From September 2, due to the migratory pressure in 183 localities in the province. Podlaskie and Lubelskie, adjacent to the border with Belarus, a state of emergency is in force. Initially, the state of emergency was introduced for 30 days. It was extended for another 60 days. According to the government, the migration crisis at the border is caused by the regime of Alyaksandr Lukashenka. Belarus’s actions are called a “hybrid war against Poland”.
Journalists and activists from non-governmental organizations, among others, are not allowed to enter the areas under the state of emergency. All available information comes from the Border Guard and government officials.
From August, the Polish Border Guard – according to the information provided by it – thwarted over 10,000. attempts to illegally cross the Polish-Belarusian border, and 1.5 thousand. people were arrested in the interior of the country and taken to centers for foreigners. In September alone, there were 7,535 attempts to cross the border.
Main photo source: TVN24