A massive influx of illegals migrants is causing chaos in Lithuanian border towns, according to reports.
Thousands of aliens hailing mostly from Iraq, Syria, Afghanistan, and Africa have been pouring into the tiny Baltic nation via Belarus amid deteriorating relations between Minsk and the European Union.
More than 3,000 migrants are now detained in Lithuania after 170 arrived during a single night this week - a new record.
Local residents have reportedly been protesting plans to build more detention centers in border regions.
"They will not let us live in peace," one resident told Euronews. "They have decided to invade our small village. There are now more migrants than locals."
"We have children. Who can guarantee that they are safe?"
Lithuanian officials say a steady stream of migrants are arriving aboard flights to Minsk and have accused the Belarusian government of helping them travel onwards to destinations inside the E.U.
Iraqi Airways plans to double the number of flights to Minsk starting August 1, according to reports.
Lithuania recently began construction of new barrier along its border with Belarus.
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