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Belarus has turned to the Kremlin over tensions with the European Union over the escalation of the crisis, which has brought about 2,000 migrants to the border with Poland.
The European Union (EU) has vowed to impose additional sanctions on Belarus, saying President Alexander Lukashenko’s government is using immigrants as a political tool and accusing his regime of “gangster-style” behavior.
It was later revealed that Russian President Vladimir Putin and Mr Lukashenko had spoken by telephone on Tuesday about the situation, and that Belarus’s state news agency Belta had expressed concern about the presence of Polish troops on the border.
“The situation on the Belarusian-Polish border, as well as the strict measures taken by the Polish side against civilians, were of special importance in the talks,” Belta said.
“At the same time, it is noteworthy that Polish troops regularly gather at the border. The heads of state discussed in detail the disturbing facts and trends on the Belarusian-Polish border,” he said.
Belarus’s Foreign Minister Vladimir Makei also said on Wednesday that he had arrived in Moscow to discuss the crisis with Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov.
Mr Lavrov cited a previous agreement with Turkey in which the EU offered financial assistance to Belarus to stem the flow of migrants.
Belarus offers easy access to the EU for illegal immigrants through its territory, the European Commission said.
“This is part of Lukashenko’s regime’s inhumane, truly bandit-like approach, which he is bringing to Belarus with the false promise that he will lie to people, misuse people, mislead people and easily join the EU.” A spokesman for the commission said.
Polish police released a video on Tuesday showing the migrants meeting with patrol officers and a razor blade, but police said the situation remained calm overnight.
This came a day after tensions at the border.
Several videos posted on Twitter show tents and campfires being lit by police warning that immigrants are only allowed to enter Poland through official exits.
However, the nearest border crossing in Kuznica, northeastern Poland, is closed.
This indicates that the pressure on immigration to the three European Union countries bordering Belarus, Lithuania, Poland and, to a lesser extent, Latvia, has been intensifying for months.
Most of the migrants are from Iraq and Syria, but some are from Africa.
Belarus has accused Belarus of trying to provoke violence after reports on Monday that hundreds of migrants had tried to cross the border.
Polish officials said they were ready to defend the border, stepping up security measures and deploying more than 12,000 troops, up from 10,000 recently.
Most immigrants pass through Poland to reach Germany and other Western European countries.
German Interior Minister Horst Seehofer said on Tuesday that all EU countries must stand together because [Belarusian President Alexander] Lukashenko, with the support of Russian President Vladimir Putin, is using the fate of the people to destabilize the West. “
He called on the European Commission to support Poland’s border protection.
Mr Zeehofer said “the Poles have reacted correctly so far.”
“We cannot criticize the fact that the EU’s external borders are being secured by authorized means … Poles play a very important role in all of Europe.”
Mr Zeehofer’s deputy, Stefan Meyer, told Bild: “If Poland wants it, Germany can send police immediately to support Poland.”
Currently, the ruling Polish nationalists continue to refuse assistance from the EU border agency Frontex.