Troops Sent to Defend Polish Border As a Boat of Migrants Flood the Region

British armed forces have been sent by Boris Johnson to fortify the Polish border.

The migrants are mostly Middle Eastern. They have reportedly been directed by Belarusian forces to breach the European Union’s eastern frontier.

The UK has criticized Russian President Vladimir Putin for his alleged role in the Belarus migrant crisis.

Even France has let boats of migrants flood into Britain, according to reports.

A spokesman for Britain’s Ministry of Defence (MoD) said, “A small team of UK Armed Forces personnel have deployed following agreement with the Polish government to explore how we can provide engineering support to address the ongoing situation at the Belarus border.”

In the UK, Elizabeth ‘Liz’ Truss serves as the Secretary of State for Foreign, Commonwealth, and Development Affair.

She released a lengthy statement on the situation and criticized Belarusian leader Alexander Lukashenko as well as Russia’s Vladimir Putin for the crisis.

Truss says they have “carefully crafted [the] crisis [in] an attempt to divert attention away from the litany of abhorrent acts and human rights violations that the regime has already committed” in Belarus.

“We are not just standing side by side with Poland as it bears the brunt of this shameful manufactured migrant crisis, but also the others in the Visegrad Four – Hungary, Slovakia and the Czech Republic – and our friends in the Baltics and Ukraine,” Truss said.

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A speech from Paul Lincoln, the UK’s Border Force outgoing chief, is raising eyebrows.

He suggest that he was not particularly passionate about enforcing borders.

Lincoln said, “We’re all human beings, we’re all mammals, we’re all rocks, plants, rivers.”

“Bloody borders are just such a pain in the bloody a**,” he concluded.