Belarus stops accepting migrants expelled from the EU

Belarus stops accepting migrants expelled from the EU

The self-proclaimed President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko signed a law to suspend the agreement with the European Union on the readmission of persons living without permission. The document goes into effect today, October 14.

It was drawn up as part of a response to the actions of the European Union towards Belarus.

“To suspend the agreement between the Republic of Belarus and the European Union on the readmission of persons living without permission, signed in Brussels on January 8, 2020,” the document said.

The Agreement defines a mechanism for the transfer, acceptance and return of persons who have violated the conditions of entry, stay and residence.

Reading – the consent of the state to receive back in its territory its citizens who are subject to deportation from another state.

Previously, the authorities of Lithuania, Latvia and Poland declares emergency mode Due to the influx of migrants from Belarusian territory.

The Lithuanian Parliament approved the idea of ​​building a four-metre barbed wire fence along the border.

Latvia does not rule out a temporary barbed wire fencing. Polish authorities also announced their intention to build a 2.5-metre fence along the border with Belarus due to the influx of migrants. The European Parliament called the migrants’ transfer a hybrid attack on Minsk. It is also believed that Russia is interested in the migration crisis.

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