Polish President Andrzej Duda Urges Belarus to Cease Border Attacks, Cites Video Evidence
Warsaw, Poland – In a recent meeting with Latvian President Edgars Rinkēvičs, Polish President Andrzej Duda called on Belarus to halt what he referred to as “hybrid attacks” on the border shared with Poland. Duda claimed that the Belarusian regime had been orchestrating illegal attempts to push migrants into Poland for several months, stating there is concrete video evidence of these aggressive actions.
Emphasizing that the Polish border with Belarus also serves as a crucial entry point to the European Union (EU), Duda stressed that Poland has a responsibility to its European allies. “Our border is not just ours; it is the EU’s border as well,” Duda stated firmly. He added that the recent influx of migrants is not only a challenge for Poland but for the entire EU, further highlighting the need for collaboration amongst member states in addressing this issue.
President Duda’s remarks come following an earlier statement by Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko, expressing a desire to improve relations with Poland. Lukashenko claimed that as neighboring countries, their bond should be determined by a higher power rather than chosen. However, this statement contradicts previous accusations made by Lukashenko, in which he accused Poland of plotting aggression against Belarus.
Moreover, Lukashenko made unfounded claims that Russian mercenaries, known as Wagnerites, had requested permission to travel westward towards Poland. These false allegations have only added to the tensions between the two nations.
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With tensions at the Poland-Belarus border escalating, President Duda’s call for an end to the hybrid attacks aims to ensure the safety and security of both Poland and the EU. As both nations navigate this complex situation, it is clear that resolving these disputes is essential for regional stability and cooperative relations moving forward.