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    German Police Allegedly Deport Migrants to Poland Again

    The German police have reportedly transported migrants to the Polish border and left them there, as stated by the “Sueddeutsche Zeitung.” This is the second confirmed instance of such behavior, described as brazen by Polish authorities. The incident follows an unofficial meeting in Brussels between Donald Tusk and Olaf Scholz, where a commitment was supposedly made to prevent such occurrences.

    Violation of International Law?

    This repeated action by the German police is perceived as a blatant violation of international law and principles. Concerns are growing in Poland about the disrespect shown by the German authorities. Questions are being raised about the whereabouts and actions of Tusk in light of these events.

    Unanswered Questions and Growing Tensions

    “Sueddeutsche Zeitung” reported that police urged migrants to cross a bridge into Poland quickly, despite adverse weather conditions. The German Federal Police did not respond to inquiries regarding the reasons behind these deportations. The Polish side is demanding explanations and accusing Germany of careless conduct amid the ongoing European Football Championship, with the issue reaching the highest levels of government.

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