The head of the Polish Ministry of Defense spoke about negotiations with the Czech Republic and Hungary on support at the border
Poland asked the military forces of the Czech Republic and Hungary in with migrants on the border with Belarus. This was stated by the head of the Polish Ministry of Defense, Mariusz Blaszczak, reports TASS.
“Negotiations are now going on regarding the support of the soldiers of the Polish Army with the Czech and Hungarian military components,” the politician said. According to him, it is currently being discussed when and in what form Warsaw could receive this support.
Earlier it became known that British soldiers arrived at the Polish-Belarusian border. As noted in the country's Ministry of Defense, the engineering forces of the United Kingdom will cooperate with the Polish army to strengthen the border barriers.
Since the beginning of November, the migration crisis has worsened on the border between Poland and Belarus. Thousands of refugees from Iraq, Syria and other countries in the Middle East gathered in the border areas and attempted to break through the barriers. The West blamed the current situation on the regime of Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko. The European Union, the United States and Britain have imposed sanctions against the official Minsk.