(Worthy News) – The number of migrants attempting to cross the border from Belarus into Poland has declined by nearly two-thirds since Polish authorities built a wall along the frontier.
Poland’s border control agency said on July 11 that it had recorded 1,766 attempts to cross the border in March. In June, the number fell to 596, according to a spokesperson quoted by the PAP news agency.
Poland in late June said it had completed a steel wall stretching along the border with Belarus to stop the flow of illegal migrants after tens of thousands, mostly from Middle East, tried to enter the EU-member state from Belarusian territory last year. [ Source: Radio Free Europe (Read More…) ]
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