PM Mateusz Morawiecki expresses concern over the movement of Russian mercenary fighters in Belarus near the Polish border.
Poland’s Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki has warned that more than 100 members of the Wagner group, a notorious Russian mercenary outfit, are moving towards a strategic stretch of land between Poland and Lithuania, and could try to infiltrate the NATO territory by posing as migrants.
The Suwalki Gap, a 65-kilometer-long corridor of Polish territory situated between Belarus and Kaliningrad, a Russian exclave separated from the mainland, is seen as a potential flashpoint in the region. Poland is a member of both the European Union and NATO, and it has been concerned about its security with Russian ally Belarus and Ukraine on its eastern border.
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