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    The situation at the border is becoming increasingly tense. Migrants push through fence with metal clubs [VIDEO]

    Every day we receive signals confirming how tense the situation is on the Polish-Belarusian border. In recent weeks, we have already seen Belarusian services instructing refugees where to cross the border or ordering children to pose for propaganda photos. The clearest evidence that Alyaksandr Lukashenko is waging a hybrid war against our country was the shots fired by Belarusian forces at Polish officers. Now, a video has leaked onto the internet showing migrants trying to force their way across the Polish-Belarusian border using metal clubs. We show it below.


    The aforementioned video shows a group of men of Arabic origin using metal clubs to destroy a fence on the Polish-Belarusian border. From their shouts (“Germany”) one can deduce that they ultimately wanted to enter German territory.


    It is worth noting that on the other side of the fence there were Polish Border Guard officers ready to take appropriate action if necessary. This is not the first time this has happened. The similar provocations have been reported on the portal many times in the past weeks.


    The onslaught of physical aggression by migrants on the Polish-Belarusian border is increasing. Therefore, the Polish Parliament passed a bill to build a dam, which is to be equipped with, among other things, thermal imaging, and motion detection sensors.


    The Border Guard informed today that last 24 hours 592 attempts to illegally cross the border between Poland and Belarus were recorded. Officers detained one Iraqi. The other attempts were prevented.


    On Friday, for aiding and abetting illegal border crossing, Border Guard officers detained 10 people – two citizens of Turkey, two Romanians, two Germans, a citizen of Georgia, Bulgaria, Tunisia, and Moldova.


    Since the beginning of the year, the Border Guard has thwarted over 18,000 attempts to illegally force the Polish-Belarusian border, out of which over 7,000 took place in October.

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