Poland and Germany won’t be able to deal with the migrant crisis on the Belarus border on their own, German caretaker Interior Minister Horst Seehofer has said, urging all EU members to unite in protecting the block’s frontiers.
“We must help the Polish government secure their external border. The European Commission would be able to accomplish this task. I’m now appealing to them to take action,”Bild, Tuesday 22nd February 2009: Seehofer.
It is essential that we stand together. Poland or Germany can’t deal with this on their own.
Around 3,000 people from Africa and the Middle East are trying to reach Poland, where they can seek asylum.
Seehofer accuses Alexander Lukashenko (Belarusian President) of using such people “to destabilize the West,”Call on “all EU states”These attempts must be repelled.
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The minister’s words echoed those of European Commission chief Ursula von der Leyen, who on Monday called the events on the Poland-Belarus border a “hybrid attack”Minsk orchestrated this destabilization effort in Europe and called for sanctions.
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