German authorities are investigating Lukashenko

German authorities are investigating Lukashenko

The President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko is said to have been targeted by German authorities. This build is reported by Am Sontag. It is about illegal smuggling of refugees.

because more and more migrants have ended Belarus Come to Germany, according to information from “Bilde am Sonntag”, German authorities are apparently investigating the Belarusian president Alexander Lukashenko. The newspaper had learned from security sources that the authorities suspected Lukashenko of smuggling migrants. According to federal police figures, nearly 4,000 refugees have come to Germany via Belarus and Poland since August, compared to 1,183 in the first week of October alone.

Last Friday, according to reports, federal police found 291 unauthorized entries at the German-Polish border. so it was mostly Iraqi people and Syria. Many of them obtained student visas for Belarus. According to the newspaper, after reaching Minsk, security forces brought him to Poland’s outer European Union border. If they succeed in relocating, many will travel to Germany.

Retribution for sanctions?

The backdrop of the increasing number of people currently entering Germany is the refugee dispute with Belarus. Poland too Lithuania And Latvia They have been complaining for several months about the increasing arrival of migrants on its borders with Belarus, especially from the Middle East.

The European Union is considering retaliation by Belarusian ruler Lukashenko for sanctions decisions taken in Brussels. It is believed that Belarusian authorities are targeting migrants into the country and smuggling them across borders with Eastern European Union states.

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