Lukashenka told refugees about “distraught” Europeans

Lukashenka said that & nbsp; part of the migrants, “ believing Western propaganda '', are looking for a better life in & nbsp; Europe. Others do not & nbsp; see prospects for & nbsp; their children in & nbsp; home. “ In a word, people here are different. But & nbsp; you have one, big, common problem: you & nbsp; just got into & nbsp; trouble. I'm sure & nbsp; this is temporary. We, Belarusians, and & nbsp; I, ​​including & nbsp; will do everything as you & nbsp; wish, even if it will be bad for & nbsp; Poles, Latvians and & nbsp; someone else & raquo;, & nbsp; & mdash; said the president.

He & nbsp; added that & nbsp; Belarus cannot & nbsp; start a war to break through a corridor for & nbsp; refugees to & nbsp; Germany. “ People on the & nbsp; other side [of the border] have gone mad '', & nbsp; & mdash; Lukashenko noted.

Given this, the Belarusian authorities will not forcibly expel migrants to their homeland, he assured. “ It's your will: pass & nbsp; & mdash; go. That's & nbsp; all philosophy & raquo;, & nbsp; & mdash; said Lukashenka about the & nbsp; desire of people to get to & nbsp; the territory of the European Union.

Earlier it was reported that & nbsp; Lukashenka arrived at the & nbsp; transport and logistics center on the & nbsp; border with & nbsp; Poland, where migrants are accommodated. He & nbsp; examined the food distribution point and & nbsp; talked to & nbsp; representatives of the Red Cross. The refugees greeted the president with applause.