Polish Prime Minister considers the crisis on the border with Belarus not migration, but political

Prime Minister of Poland Mateusz Morawiecki considers the crisis on the Polish-Belarusian border not migration, but political. He stated this on Wednesday at a joint press conference with the head of the European Council Charles Michel following a discussion of the current situation.

“This is not a migration crisis. This is a political crisis provoked with the aim of destabilizing the situation in the EU,” he said, accusing the authorities of Belarus and Russia for what was happening.

“This is a manifestation of state terrorism,” says Morawiecki, who considers the events on the border a revenge of the President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko for Warsaw’s support for democratic reforms. “We want cooperation with Russia and Belarus, but not with a pistol at the head, but with democratic countries that do not use political blackmail, as we interpret the events on our eastern border,” Moravetsky said.

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