ER Editor: UPDATE Nov.19 – Horst Seehofer is labelling this fake news, apparently. See this report from yesterday by RT – Germany brands Belarus refugee deal claims ‘fake news’.
The migrant crisis on the border between Belarus and Poland looks to have been the subject of recent ongoing talks between Merkel and Putin, where it seems each one has told the other to ‘deal with Lukashenko‘ in different ways. Now, presumably on Merkel’s say-so, the migrants are going to be admitted into certain German towns (see map), which the illegal migrants had said was their preferred destination. Germany capitulates …
German town readies military barracks for illegal influx
Apparently, the preparations are already underway to transport illegals from the Polish-Belarusian border area to Germany. In Hesse, the Friedberger military barracks will serve as an initial reception facility for the accommodation of migrants from the Belarus route, which has a reception capacity of up to 1,000 people.
GIESSEN – The entry of economic migrants into Germany now appears to be a foregone conclusion.
The regional German daily, the Giessener Allgemeine reported that the situation was worsening as the Belarusian president, Alexander Lukashenko – apparently in response to EU sanctions – was allowing illegals to enter the country in order to have them transported to the EU’s external borders.
According to the report, it is important to protect the “refugees” and the staff in the facilities “from the Coronavirus and to provide sufficient isolation options”. Other locations have been mentioned, too. Therefore, properties in Fuldatal-Rothwesten and Friedberg are to be used, as well as a reserve location in Bensheim. It is not yet known how many illegals will be settled there.
Polish soldiers have so far built over 180 km of a temporary fence, which is effectively hindering illegal attempts to enter the EU. On the Belarusian side however, preparations are underway to create a large migrant camp on the border with Poland. Belarusian services are currently busy delivering the necessary materials.
The illegal migrants are involved in a media campaign to highlight Lukashenko’s operation against Poland. To this end, they have reached out to foreign journalists, for example from the BBC, who are encouraged to create “news” consistent with their narrative.
Migranci próbują sterować kampanią medialną dotyczącą operacji Łukaszenki przeciwko Polsce. Docierają w tym celu do zagranicznych dziennikarzy, choćby z BBC, których zachęcają do tworzenia materiałów zgodnych z ich narracją. pic.twitter.com/d5c2wSxTL3
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