Poland is ready for a major attack by “armed” migrants from Belarus TODAY NIGHT with the aim of reaching the EU

Poland is preparing for a major attack by migrants on its border with Belarus tonight after receiving information about a huge deployment of enemy troops.

Polish border guards claim their Belarusian counterparts hand over instructions, equipment and weapons to thousands of stranded migrants to force their way into the EU.

The attack is believed to be planned for the border at Kuznica, one of two main crossing points from Poland to Belarus.

A spokesman for the Polish border guards told MailOnline: “After a“ quiet ”night near the camp in Kuznica, we are currently observing that there are more groups of armed officers from Belarusian services on site.

“We notice a stir among the migrants. There is also a TV OB van. ‘

He added, “Some tents are starting to disappear. Migrants receive instructions, equipment and gas from Belarusian services.

“You can see that the Belarusian side is preparing for a major border crossing today.

“Our armed forces are ready for action.”

It comes after the Polish border guard said Belarusian soldiers carried out two mass migrant incursions into Poland last night, in which about 77 people were arrested and deported.

An estimated 150 other people escaped capture and are now seeking refuge in the EU state.

Soldiers of the Polish armed forces will patrol Kuznica, Poland, on the Belarusian-Polish border on November 11, 2021. The situation on the border between Poland and Belarus is getting worse as hundreds of migrants arrive at the Polish border to join the EU.

Soldiers of the Polish Armed Forces rest on this handout picture from the Polish Ministry of Defense as they patrol the Belarus-Polish border in Kuznica, Poland on November 11, 2021. The Polish border force is expecting a large influx of migrants at the border tonight

The Minister of Security Services Stanislaw Zaryn said that “more people are showing up on the Belarusian side on the border with Poland and the situation is escalating”.

He posted a photo of a uniformed man on Twitter and said, “This man fired shots into the air and then tried to damage the Polish border barrier.”

Meanwhile, the Polish Ministry of Defense released a video showing hundreds of migrants behind barbed wire fences on the Belarusian side of the border: “Additional officers from the Belarusian services have arrived in the Kuznica region. There is a noticeable movement among migrants. ‘

Around 50 migrants are said to have broken the Polish-Belarusian border near the village of Starzyna on Saturday.

Poland has almost 15,000 soldiers, border guards and police are currently at the border.

The NGO Grupa Granica said in a statement it had received information about attempts by Belarus to force migrants to use force against Polish officials.

“Due to the risk of escalating violence, we would like to remind all parties that migrants are not aggressors but hostages of Lukashenko’s regime,” it says.

Belarusian State Border Guard Committee spokesman Anton Bychkovsky said the allegations were disinformation. “It’s not real,” he said

Migrants gather to distribute humanitarian aid in a makeshift camp on the Belarusian-Polish border in the Grodno region, Belarus November 13, 2021. Thousands of migrants have been camping for weeks on the border roads and in the nearby forests in icy conditions

Belarusian soldiers set up a tent for migrants gathering at the Belarus-Polish border near Grodno, Belarus on Saturday, November 13th

A spokesman for the Polish border guards told MailOnline: “After a“ quiet ”night near the camp in Kuznica, we are currently observing that there are more groups of armed officers from Belarusian services on site. Some tents are starting to disappear. Migrants receive instructions, equipment and gas from Belarusian services.

The Polish Prime Minister today called on NATO to take “concrete steps” to resolve the migrant crisis on the border with Belarus, adding that Poland, Lithuania and Latvia could ask for consultations under Article 4 of the Alliance.

Under Article 4, any ally may seek consultations if it believes that its territorial integrity, political independence or security is threatened.

“It is not enough that we only publicly express our concern – now we need concrete steps and the commitment of the entire alliance,” said Mateusz Morawiecki of the Polish state news agency PAP.

Morawiecki’s statements came to Belarusian that morning The authorities ordered troops last night to help asylum seekers break through the border fence in two remote locations near the towns of Dubicze Cerkiewne and Kolonia Klulowicze.

The Polish border troops arrested around 77 people and deported them back to Belarus, but an estimated 150 more escaped arrest and are now seeking refuge in the EU state.

“It is not enough that we only publicly express our concern – now we need concrete steps and the commitment of the entire alliance,” said Mateusz Morawiecki of the Polish state news agency PAP.

A Border Force spokesman told MailOnline: “Last night there were two attempts to violently cross the border from Belarus, in Dubicze Cerkiewne and Kolonia Klukowicze.

“Yesterday we registered 223 attempts to illegally cross the border from Belarus.

“The deportation from the Republic of Poland was ordered against 77 people.”

The spokesman could not explain what had happened to the 146 others who entered Poland illegally.

Yesterday, patrols of Polish soldiers in search of the refugees were seen at the border.

Armed with machine guns, telescopic rifles, night vision devices and radios, a patrol stopped two groups of tourists at a well-known nature viewpoint near the border in the Bialowieza Forest.

The day-trippers were ordered to show and account for their IDs by a nervous Polish Army officer who doused a detailed map of the forest – which spans the border with Belarus.

The lookout looks out over forests and marshland where moose graze and is one of the last natural habitats for the European bison.

Yesterday, Warsaw revealed how Belarus armed migrants with tear gas and knocked down border guards to push asylum seekers across the border into Poland.

British Army engineers were drafted to help Poland secure its border while Russian paratroopers conducted a military exercise near the border to assist Belarus.

British Special Forces are put on alert to deploy to Ukraine as the Red Army grows to 100,000 soldiers at the border and the Russian Navy pursues US warships in the Black Sea

A task force of up to 600 British soldiers is ready to deploy in Ukraine amid fears Russian troops are planning to invade near the border.

Units from the SAS and Paratrooper Regiment prepare for an emergency response after chiefs of defense and MI6 announced to Downing Street that the Russian troop movement poses a clear and present threat to Ukraine and the West.

“The brigade’s high readiness element has been told that it may need to be deployed on very short notice,” a source told the Mirror.

“Between 400 and 600 troops are ready. Your gear is packed and you are ready to fly to Ukraine and either land or parachute land. You have trained for both eventualities. ‘

It comes amid mounting tensions in Europe, there Foreign Minister Liz Truss called on Russian President Vladimir Putin to intervene in the “shameful crisis of artificial migrants” on the border between Belarus and Poland.

Liz Truss said today that Russia has a “clear responsibility” to end the escalating stalemate between migrants and new attempts by migrants to break the divide.

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