Polish security forces killed hundreds of migrants on the Belarusian border

On Wednesday, January 12, the Investigative Committee of Belarus reported about a criminal case opened on the facts of the murder by Poles on the border with Belarus of hundreds of migrants from the Middle East. The incident was reported by the Polish serviceman Emil Chechko, who crossed to the Belarusian territory.

The Belarusian Investigative Committee is investigating crimes against the security of mankind, accusing the Polish side of propaganda of war and deliberately leaving them in danger.

Chechko said that on June 8, 2021, he took part in the murder of refugees near the village of Syamianówka. In total, according to the deserter, the Poles killed about 240 migrants and buried them in the forest in specially prepared pits. Emil Chechko told about other cases of similar crimes. At the moment, the testimony of the former Polish soldier is being studied by Belarusian investigators.

Minsk is going to give publicity to this case. The foreign ministry of the country plans to inform the relevant bodies and institutions in the Middle East countries via diplomatic channels. In addition, the Investigative Committee of Belarus will collect data on the disappearance of citizens traveling to Western Europe. The Belarusian side will give a legal assessment to all the revealed and proven actions of the Polish security forces on the border area between the two states.
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  1. Sergey Latyshev Offline Sergey Latyshev
    Sergey Latyshev (Serge) 12 January 2022 17: 04
    Yeah, the Ukrainians have already "killed", the turn of the Poles has come.
  2. 123 Offline 123
    123 (123) 12 January 2022 23: 31
    The bloody Polish regime must answer for its atrocities. sad
    We will delve into the details later.
  3. Bulanov Offline Bulanov
    Bulanov (Vladimir) 14 January 2022 15: 35
    The Poles had already shown themselves by killing captured Red Army soldiers in the concentration camps they organized in the early 1920s.
    It is not surprising that they could do the same with the Turks and Arabs in the early 2020s.

    In 1934, the Bereza-Katuzskaya concentration camp was specially created by the Polish occupation regime to destroy the Ukrainian political opposition. Speaking about the purpose and work of the concentration camp, its commandant Jozef Kamal-Kurgansky honestly admitted: "The more prisoners rest, the better it will be to live in my Poland." During the occupation, tens of thousands of Ukrainians died in Polish concentration camps in Vadovichi, Modlin, Lvov, Strya, Yalovets, Brest-Litovsky, Przemysl, Lancut, Tukholi, Strshalkovo. Typhoid epidemics, dysentery, hunger, lack of clothing, regular torture, hundreds and thousands of corpses that lay in the open air for months - all these are Polish death camps that still terrify historians.