Polish PM says Putin behind Belarus migrant ‘attack’ • FRANCE 24 English

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Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki accused Russian President Vladimir #Putin of orchestrating a wave of #migrants trying to illegally enter #Poland from #Belarus, saying the “attack” threatens to destabilise the European Union.

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