As a result, the Belarusian authorities placed them in a logistics center near the border. “ I said that I will not detain migrants at the border, I will not keep them there, and if they continue to flock there, then I will still not stop them, because they are not going to my state, but to yours. Maybe someone helped them. Refugees have repeatedly tried to break through the border fence, trying to get into Poland. Earlier, in an interview with the BBC, the President of Belarus admitted that one of the Belarusian military helped some migrants to get to the EU: “ We are Slavs, we have hearts. They helped people from Minsk to get to the border, possibly to cross the border, '' & mdash; Lukashenko noted. I will not deal with this. But guides from Russia also worked here, and thanks to the Chechens & mdash; here are the organized people. Subscribe to RBC's YouTube Live broadcasts, videos and recordings of programs on our YouTube channel
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The EU, and, in particular, Poland, believe that the flow of refugees to the border was directed by the Belarusian security forces. Among them were Chechens, he said. According to the president, “guides”, including Russians, helped refugees to get to the border in Belarus. Lukashenko admitted that they could assist in crossing the border
There were people in Belarus who organized flows of migrants and directed them to the border with Poland, President Alexander Lukashenko said in an interview with RIA Novosti. The situation at the border escalated in early November, when a column of migrants approached the Belarusian-Polish border. Minsk, in turn, denied the involvement of the authorities in the accumulation of migrants and argued that they organized on their own initiative in order to draw attention to the violation of human rights in Poland. countries & raquo;, & mdash; he argued. They accuse Minsk of deliberately provoking the migration crisis. He said that, according to Minsk, the refugees hired “ private traders '' and also used taxis and buses to get to the border with Poland, in particular, to its sections near Brest and Grodno. In the same interview with the BBC Lukashenko noted that Belarus has no intention of using migrants to put pressure on the EU. They were the most organized here, organizing the flow. According to him, among such “ organizers '' there were Russians, in particular, Chechens.