Poland is still battling to keep its border with Belarus secure while managing massive refugee flows from Ukraine, according to reports.
More than three million people have reportedly fled Ukraine since the Russian invasion began in late February, the majority of whom have entered Poland.
Nearly two million refugees have passed from Ukraine into Poland so far, according to the Polish Border Guard.
Meanwhile, migrants from around the globe continue to attempt illegal entry into Poland via Belarus.
Migration pressure on Poland's border with Belarus decreased significantly in recent months following an explosive crisis in 2021 that unfolded after Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko threatened to allow aliens and drugs to flood Europe amid fraying diplomatic ties with the E.U.
However, Polish resources are being stretched thin by the historic humanitarian crisis in Ukraine as it spills over into the European Union.
"The mayors of Poland’s two largest cities have said they are struggling to cope with the huge number of refugees arriving from Ukraine, as UN figures show more than 1.7 million people have crossed into Poland in the weeks since the Russia’s attack began," the Guardian reported on March 14.
Many 'Ukrainian refugees' entering European Union member states are not actually Ukrainian, as Infowars has reported, and some may actually be migrants from Africa and Asia who previously attempted to penetrate countries neighboring Belarus.
"Most of the people who were turned back at the time have been able to pass since then and the war has reshuffled the cards,” a French official recently told Le Figaro.
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