The Polish government has announced new plans to build a new high-tech barrier along the border with Belarus amid a historic migrant crisis that is growing worse by the day.
"The Polish border is a hard border and will be a hard border," interior minister Mariusz Kamiński told the press last week. "A decision was made that, of course, we would build a permanent fence at the border."
Kamiński vowed Poland's eastern frontier will soon be "the most modernly-secured border in Europe" after construction of "not only an extremely solid physical barrier," but also the installation of advanced electronic systems, including thermal imaging cameras and a network of motion sensors.
“With each attempt, the information will be sent to our guards instantly, and they will react immediately,” Kamiński said.
"It will be a modern border that cannot be crossed."
Polish police and soldiers have reportedly thwarted over 10,000 illegal crossings at the Belarusian border since the start of August, including 601 on Friday, a single-day record.
Between 300 and 600 crossings are now being intercepted on any given day, while reports indicate approximately 500 migrants are arriving daily at the airport in Minsk as they make their way towards the European Union.
The substantial uptick in migrant traffic came after Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko threatened to allow aliens and drugs to flood Europe amid fraying diplomatic ties with the E.U. earlier this year.
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