Posted on August 30, 2021

Migrant-Besieged Lithuania, Poland Urged to Open Their Borders by Globalist UN, Council of Europe

Jack Montgomery, Breitbart, August 27, 2021

Poland and Lithuania, battling border crises reportedly engineered by the Lukashenko regime in Belarus, are under pressure from the United Nations and the Council of Europe to let the migrants in.

The two European Union border states have endured a sudden surge in illegal immigration in recent months, thought to have been engineered by Alexander Lukashenko as punishment for their sheltering Belarusian opposition politicians {snip}

The two countries have responded robustly, closing their borders and announcing the construction of border walls amid reports that the mostly African, Middle Eastern, and South Asian — with Iraqis heavily represented initially, although an increasing number of Afghans are now appearing — are being brought directly to Belarus by the Lukashenko regime {snip}

Unusually, the Polish and Lithuanian governments have received support from the European Union, despite past criticism of Hungary’s border wall and the refusal of countries including Poland to accept EU-imposed migrant redistribution quotas — but they are still being pressured to let the migrants in by other globalist international bodies.

“While we acknowledge the challenges posed by recent arrivals to Poland, we call on the Polish authorities to provide access to territory, immediate medical assistance, legal advice, and psychosocial support to these people,” demanded the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), also known as the UN Refugee Agency, through its representative in Poland, Christine Goyer.


Meanwhile, neighbouring Lithuania is under similar pressure to give way to the Lukashenko-engineered migrant surge from the Council of Europe, the 47-member intergovernmental organisation which oversees the European Court of Human Rights which enforces the European Convention on Human rights {snip}


Lithuanian prime minister Ingrida Šimonytė is, for the time being, remaining steadfast {snip}