Poland Supports Line Safeguard as Wagner Gets Comfortable Closey Belarus

Poland Supports Line Safeguard as Wagner Gets Comfortable Closey Belarus

Polish officials stated on Wednesday that Wagner Group mercenaries will relocate to the Moscow-allied nation following their failed mutiny against Russia’s military leadership, which will strengthen Poland’s eastern border with Belarus.

According to broadcaster TVN24, Poland’s Deputy Prime Minister Jaroslaw Kaczynski stated that Wagner’s anticipated move to Belarus was “a new and much more difficult stage of [Russia’s] hybrid war.”

Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko affirmed for the current week that Wagner chief Yevgeny Prigozhin had shown up in Minsk as a feature of an arrangement to stop the confidential military outfit’s walk on Moscow.

Numerous unconfirmed reports suggest that a camp that is supposed to house thousands of Wagner fighters is being built in central Belarus.

Poland’s Protection Clergyman Mariusz Blaszczak said recently that Warsaw had reinforced its lines with Belarus and Russia’s western area of Kaliningrad in the midst of the aftermath from Prigozhin’s furnished rebellion.

Meanwhile, on Monday, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, and Finland agreed to coordinate and improve border security measures at crossings with Belarus and Russia.

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