Migrants Bound for France Captured in Polish Forest

Polish authorities patrolling a forest along the Ukrainian border captured a group of illegal aliens who said they were bound for France.

A trio of adult male migrants was apprehended in Hrubieszów County in eastern Poland last week, Kresy reports.

"Officers from the Bug River Border Guard Unit detained three illegal migrants from Turkey. The men crossed the state border from Ukraine to Poland." the Polish Border Guard said in press release. "Wandering through the forest, they tried to hide from the Border Guard officers in the logs of fallen trees."

"During the search for the migrants, both modern observation equipment and tracking dogs were used. The detained men, aged 44, 28 and 19, confessed to having illegally crossed the Polish border. They stated that they wanted to get to France."

The men were processed and turned over to Ukrainian authorities.

After a relative lull in mass migration due to heavily restricted international movement during the peak of the coronavirus crisis, signs indicate pressure on Europe's eastern frontier may be rising again.

The number of migrants attempting to illegally cross into Hungary via Romania has more than doubled this year in one region alone, as Infowars Europe reported in November.

In one recent case, Hungarian police searched a suspicious cargo truck with German plates and a Turkish driver.

Onboard, they discovered 38 illegal migrants who all claimed to be from Syria but could not produce supporting documents.

Infowars Europe bureau chief Dan Lyman traveled from the heart of Europe to Washington D.C. to join Alex Jones, Owen Shroyer, and the rest of the Infowars crew at the massive Stop the Steal / Million MAGA March in support of President Donald J. Trump and freedom worldwide.

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