Polish authorities’ policy towards illegal migrants look like methods of Gestapo, the political police in Nazi Germany, Chairman of State Management Social Science Department of the Institute of Social Science of the National Academy of Sciences, Candidate of Philosophic Sciences Nikolay Shchekin said on September 20 in a comment to BelTA.
The expert commented an address of the President of Belarus Aleksandr Lukashenko at the summit of the Collective Security Treaty Organization (Russian: ODKB), where the Belarusian leader expressed his judgment of the EU policy. According to the political scientist, Lukashenko revealed the crimes of the collective West using the example of the hybrid aggression of Poland, Lithuania, and Latvia, which have organized a migration crisis at the Belarusian border.
“A woman’s body at the Belarusian-Polish border and a number of dead bodies on the Polish territory found on September 19 are strong evidence supporting President’s words that the Polish authorities use Gestapo methods,” Shchekin said.
The political scientist also said that “double-dealing and treacherous policy of the Ukrainian authorities” is a threat to security in the region.
“The appearance of new red lines of barbed wire in the concentration camp named Europe results in an unprecedentedly dangerous situation,” Shchekin said.
On September 19, Belarusian border guard servicemen found a dead woman, who was an Iraqi national, near the border with Poland. Evidence suggests she was dragged in from the Polish territory.
Three children, an elderly woman, and a man were near the deceased. He said that his wife was killed when a Polish border guard serviceman pushed her hard.
Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency