Lukashenko, the president of Belarus, told the BBC: “If the migrants keep coming, I won’t stop them. They don’t come to my country, they go to yours!”

Lukashenko, the president of Belarus, told the BBC: “If the migrants keep coming, I won’t stop them. They don’t come to my country, they go to yours!”

to explain,

The Belarusian leader spoke to the BBC at his presidential palace in Minsk.

Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko told the BBC in an exclusive interview that it was “quite possible” that Belarusian military forces would help migrants cross the border between his country and Poland.

However, the Belarusian leader denied that his country had invited them.

Thousands of migrants, mostly from the Middle East, have been trying to enter the European Union via Belarus for months.

During the interview, which took place in the presidential palace in Minsk, Lukashenko said: “We are Slavs. We have hearts. Our soldiers know that immigrants are going to Germany.”

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