The Polish authorities are not going to pass on its territory a group of immigrants from Chechnya, located on the Polish-Belarusian border, said the interior Minister of the Republic of Mariusz Blashak, transmits Bi-bi-si.

In the morning TV program ТВН24 he said that now in Chechnya there is no war, and therefore to grant refugee status to Chechens that the Polish authorities do not intend to.

The Minister also stressed that we are talking about trying to build a new route of illegal migration of Muslims to Europe.

“We will not succumb to pressure from those who want a new migration crisis. Our policy is quite different. The Polish border is sealed. In Chechnya there is no war, in contrast to the situation a few years ago,” said Blashek.

On Tuesday the Polish and Belarusian media reported that the border between the two countries in the area of Brest there was a large group of immigrants from Chechnya. About 100-200 people wanted to enter the territory of Poland and requested refugee status.

For two days, they lived in a natural camp at the Belarusian-Polish border. According to local media reports, the morning of August 31, many refugees left the border crossing Brest, and not waiting for a meeting with the General Consul of Poland.

Poland refused to let arrived from Russia Chechens 31.08.2016

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