The interior ministers of Poland and 15 other EU countries have declared that protecting the EU's borders is a shared responsibility and key to preventing illegal migration.
The government, on Monday, adopted a draft amendment to the act on the protection of the state border to help ensure the effectiveness of the Border Guard and, under conditions, allow journalists access to the Polish-Belarusian border area, the PM's Office said.
Poland's president has signed a legal amendment enabling migrants caught illegally crossing the EU external border to be sent back, as well as entitling authorities to not consider claims for international protection.
The German interior minister in a letter to his Polish counterpart has thanked the Polish border guard for protecting the EU border with Belarus, but suggested that Poland should seek the assistance of EU border agency Frontex.
This year, 5,600 foreigners applied for international protection, the highest number since 2016 and twice as many as last year, an Office for Foreigners spokesperson reported on Monday.
A representative of the Polish Border Guard said on Tuesday that between 35 to 40 percent of. immigrants staying in Border Guard centres are applying for international protection in Poland.
Urszula Czerniawska-Kapeluch, senior brand manager at Żubr, said: “As our brand draws from the world of Polish nature, we feel responsible for actively supporting its protection."
Attorneys for 32 foreigners trapped in an area between the Polish and Belarusian borders have applied to the European Court of Human Rights for it to grant them protection under international law and to demand that the Polish authorities provide them with food and medical assistance.
The European Commission decided to bring a case against Poland to the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) in order to the protect the independence of the Polish judges.
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