Iraqi immigrants admit that they are forced to cross the Polish border [WIDEO]

Facebook / Ministry of National Defense

Migrants, although they would like to return to their country, cannot. The video available to the Ministry of National Defense shows that the migrants would like to return to Iraq, but Belarus does not allow them to do so, forcing them to cross the Polish border.

The shocking material was posted on Twitter by the Ministry of National Defense. The film shows a group of men standing right behind a fence built by the military on the border with Belarus.

Immigrants forced to cross the Polish border

During the interview recorded on the film, a Polish Border Guard officer asks the migrants in English about their situation. One of the men admits that they would like to return to the country, but Belarusians do not allow them to do so – they return the men to the Polish-Belarusian border and make them sit there.

The short conversation with the migrants also shows that only men are returned to the border – women and children are allowed to return to the country.

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