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Polish-Belarusian border. The body of a young man was found, probably a young Afghan

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Podlasie police reported that the body of a young man was found in a swampy area near Białowieża. A document was found next to the deceased indicating that he may be a 23-year-old Afghan citizen.

Information about finding another corpse in the field near the border with Belarus, provided by the Podlaskie police on Sunday evening in social media, is confirmed by the District Prosecutor’s Office in Hajnówka.

Its head Jan Andrejczuk said that on Sunday around 2-3 pm the police in Hajnówka were notified that the body of a young man had been found in a swamp on the Narewka River near Białowieża. The first examination of the corpse showed that it had no injuries indicating a potential contribution to the death of third parties.

The man was carrying documents indicating that he might be an Afghan citizen born in 2000. In addition to the circumstances of his death, the investigation will ultimately verify the identity of the deceased. The bodies were transported to the Forensic Medicine Department in Białystok, where they will be autopsied.

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The prosecutor’s office will handle the case

On Monday, an investigation will be formally launched at the District Prosecutor’s Office in Hajnówka. Then, however, the collected evidence will most likely be transferred to the District Prosecutor’s Office in Suwałki. This is because all individual proceedings in which the circumstances of the death of people whose bodies were found near the border with Belarus in Podlasie, in connection with the migration crisis on this border, are determined.

Recently, the prosecutor’s office in Hajnówka transferred there the case of finding human remains in mid-February near the village of Czerlonka. These were fragments of the skeleton, including the skull, parts of the spine, and leg bones. Initial results of the examination of these remains did not indicate that any third party involvement could have contributed to the death.

With these remains, items of clothing were also found, such as trousers and a jacket, and photographs were also found, showing the figure of a man aged 20-30, who, according to the investigators, appeared to be of non-European nationality.

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 28 years of his rule, Lukashenka has often threatened Europe with weakening border controls.

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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 ongoing.

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