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Polish-Belarusian border. Police fear provocations in connection with November 11

Onet’s findings show that the police help border guards and army officers to protect the Polish-Belarusian border. Prevention forces are to be called in from all over the country, including locations. From Poznań, dź and Białystok. – The police, unlike other uniformed services, have experience in dispersing crowds and thwarting attacks in the event of a breach of collective order, which is why the main burden of thwarting this attack now lies with our organization – said a source close to the Police Headquarters. .

Polish-Belarusian border. Police about possible provocations

According to an Onet source, the date of arrival of immigrants via Belarus is not accidental. – The Belarusian services are well aware of the fact that on November 11, we must gather strength in the celebrations taking place throughout Poland. They definitely want to make it harder to defend the independence march in Warsaw – he explained.

The KGB representative explained that the whole situation was about introducing instability in the country and focusing on border services. – They believe there may be provocations and riots in Warsaw – he assessed. For example, he referred to the provocation from Krakow, where the monument to Joseph Bishutsky was painted in yellow and blue, the colors of the Ukrainian flag. – This should clearly create an anti-Russian and anti-Ukrainian mood – said the policeman.

According to an informant of the portal, the purpose of the action taken by the Lukashenko regime was to test Poland’s security capabilities. – Do they want to see how we are prepared for situations like this? How quickly can the necessary forces be mobilized? How do our systems and technologies work? How much can they afford? They check how we are doing – he stressed.

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Polish-Belarusian border – who knows?

On November 8, the weeks-long migration crisis on the Polish-Belarusian border intensified. Hundreds of immigrants appeared near the border crossing in Kuznica. Attempts to forcibly cross the border have been reported by the Ministry of Home Affairs and the Ministry of National Security, which have so far been halted. “Events in the Guinea region take place in the presence and control of Belarusian services,” the Ministry of National Defense insisted.

Service officers from across the country were called to the scene. Due to the situation on the Polish-Belarusian border, road crossings (both passenger and goods) crossing the road in Kuznica will be suspended from Tuesday, November 9 at 7 am until further notice.

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