Belarus Moves Some Migrants Away From Poland’s Border

Joseph B. Hash

The number of migrants camped out on the Belarusian side of Poland’s eastern border has fallen, a tentative sign of a de-escalation in the monthslong confrontation between the European Union and Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko.

Officials from Poland’s Interior Ministry say Belarusian officials have sent buses to collect people from the sprawling tent city along Poland’s border. Belarusian officials confirmed that they provided buses to move some migrants away from the border and would be giving them shelter in warehouses.

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