Belarus rejects charges of waging “hybrid war”

Belarus is not waging a “hybrid war” against the European Union in connection with the migration crisis on the border with Poland, said the head of the Belarusian Foreign Ministry Vladimir Makei.

Belarus rejects charges of waging "hybrid war"

He noted that what is happening on the border of the two countries was the result of the “thoughtless policy of the European Union.”

“Today they have radically changed this policy, trying to punish Belarus in this way, accusing it of waging some kind of hybrid war against the European Union. and cannot go”, Makei said in an interview with RIA Novosti.

Last Monday, more than two thousand refugees in Belarus from Africa and the Middle East came to the Polish border. The Polish authorities regarded this as “the largest attempt at mass penetration by force” and increased border security.

Polish Prime Minister Morawiecki called what was happening a gross violation of the security and inviolability of borders. The authorities pulled 16 thousand security officials to the border line. President of the country Andrzej Duda accused the Belarusian leader Alexander Lukashenko of a “massive hybrid attack”.

Earlier, it was reported that Senator Vladimir Dzhabarov did not rule out the closure of the sky for Western airlines in the event of possible EU sanctions against Aeroflot.

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