Polish Prime Minister Mateus Morawiki has called the Belarusian migration crisis the biggest attempt to destabilize Europe since the Cold War. In a tweet on Sunday, Morawiki accused Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko of waging a “hybrid war” against Europe. This is the biggest attempt to destabilize Europe in the last three decades. He is holding talks with the heads of government of the Baltic countries.
Morawiki added that Poland would not bow to blackmail and would do everything possible to protect its borders with the European Union. Poland and its allies blame Belarus for the border crisis. They say Russian-fueled Belarus is inciting people to enter Poland. Most of these immigrants are from the Middle East. Belarus has denied the allegations in a statement issued Friday stating “Similar, baseless allegations concerning Belarus have been made more than once.
In an interview with the BBC on Friday, Belarussian President Lukashenko said his country’s military had “probably” helped migrants enter the European Union. However, he did not invite the immigrants. According to Polish media reports, at least 11