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Polish government estimate 7,000 migrants remain in Belarus

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The Polish government announced on Tuesday that it estimates some 7,000 migrants hoping to reach the EU remain in neighbouring Belarus. “We estimate that the Lukashenko regime sent back about 3,000 migrants to Iraq and Syria, but considerably more, about 7,000, are still on the territory of Belarus,” intelligence services spokesperson Stanislaw Zaryn told the PAP news agency on Tuesday. At present, the number of illegal border crossing attempts on Poland’s border with Belarus was decreasing, Zaryn said, adding that it would be premature to say that the crisis was over. Belarusian security forc…

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