Migrants Polish-Belrusian border Lukshenko's hostages Aleksandr Lukashenko Belarus illegal migrants Iraqi Kurds News Poland

Migrants on Polish-Belarusian border are ‘hostages’ for Lukashenko

Poland refuses to accept the migrants stranded on the Belarusian side of the Polish-Belarusian border. Meanwhile, Belarus is refusing to allow these foreigners to withdraw from the border and return home. The migrants who arrived at the behest of the Belarusian regime have been trying to force their way through the EU border into Poland […]
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Andrzej Poczobut Aleksandr Lukashenko Andrzej Poczobut Belarus Polish minority Commentary Poland

Andrzej Poczobut, a Polish hero, remains imprisoned in Belarus by Lukashenko’s regime

The renowned journalist and Union of Poles in Belarus (ZPB) activist has been sitting in Belarusian jail for half a year for our freedom — and yours — writes Rusłan Szoszyn for Rzeczpospolita daily

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Lukashenko Belarus Zapad 21 WEST Aleksandr Lukashenko Belarus military exercise Vladimir Putin Zapad 21 News Poland

Zapad 21: Belarusian president accuses West of ‘hybrid aggression’

Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko announced a billion-dollar military purchase from Russia and called for the EU to abolish its sanctions on Belarus in a sign that tensions will remain heightened between Belarus and neighboring countries

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illegal migrants Belarus Poland state of emergency Aleksandr Lukashenko Belarus illegal migrants Polish opposition State of Emergency Commentary Poland

Polish government’s credibility at stake during current border crisis

The Polish opposition forced the decision to introduce a state of emergency by supporting anarchists, writes Editor-in-Chief of ‘Sieci’ weekly Jacek Karnowski

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Aleksandr Lukashenko Belarus Belarus Protests Poland Przemysław Żurawski vel Grajewski Russia News

This is the end of Lukashenko’s reign, says Polish political science professor

Professor Przemysław Żurawski Vel Grajewski is convinced that Belarus’s leader has become untenable for Russia due to his unpopularity among Belarusians

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Aleksandr Lukashenko Angela Merkel Belarus EU Mateusz Morawiecki Poland Presidential elections Protests Commentary

The West won’t save Belarus

On Belarus, the West has to choose between sacrificing its interests or values, but since it is not prepared to do either it will not do anything, argues Jędrzej Bielecki in Polish dally Rzeczpospolita.

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