How Russia and Belarus Are Weaponizing Migration

For months, Lukashenko has been flying refugees from varied factors within the Center East — Iraq, Afghanistan, Syria and past — to Belarus, then herding them towards neighboring international locations which are members of the European Union and NATO — Latvia, Lithuania and Poland. Dropped in darkish and clammy forests, these males, girls and youngsters discover themselves in a no-man’s land, trapped between Belarusian troops and Polish or Baltic ones making an attempt to maintain them out. As winter approaches, many will freeze to loss of life. | How Russia and Belarus Are Weaponizing Migration


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