During the night from Monday to Tuesday, German Interior Minister Horst Seehofer called on the EU to consider the flow of migrants at Poland’s external border.


According to the Polish government, there are thousands of migrants from Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan who want to enter the European Union.

“Poland and Germany cannot cope alone,” Seehofer told the German newspaper Bild. “We must help the Polish government to secure the external border. This is the job of the European Commission. I call on them to take action.”

Seehofer said he supported the Polish decision to build a wall. “We cannot criticize them for protecting Europe’s external borders. Not by using firearms, of course, but by other means available.”

Europe accuses Belarusian dictator Lukashenko of seeking to destabilize Europe by bringing in migrants from Africa and the Middle East and redirecting them to the west. Russia would help him with that. Lukashenko denies the allegations.

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