/ What should Poland do with the problem of Belarus?
True. it definitely is not or Poland dont belong in it.
"It's not about sources; in this case it's a matter of looking at the bigger picture - the causes and events leading up to what's happened, rather than just statements being made on either side.
1. Many migrants and refugees from the Middle East and North Africa have traditionally tried to entire the EU (due to its high living standards and exorbitent social welfare programs) through Eastern Europe, in this case Belarus.
2. Much of this migration is a direct result of EU policy - from supporting wars that destroy countries (see Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, Syria etc) to lax immigration controls encouraging the migration of extended families to entire communities.
3. Belarus has acted as a 'hard border', blocking immigrants so that the EU can advertise that they 'welcome everyone' and 'value diversity' without getting totally overrun.
4. Belarus has stopped playing that role in response to EU sanctions - they're not creating migrants, they're simply allowing them passage so that the EU now has to deal with accepting or rejecting them directly. Belarus has made the argument that under the new sanctions, they simply cannot afford to continue operations.
5.The EU has sanctioned Belarus for two major reasons - the first being the most recent elections (which the west in general did not consider to be fair), and the second being the incident where Belarus forced a plane down in it's airspace in order to arrest a Belarusian citizen who had been fighting with the Ukrainian Volunteer Battalions (who the EU characterises as a 'journalist').
Both sides have reasons for what they're doing and they're not as simple as retarded narratives like 'Putin is doing this to destroy the EU, as if Russia would somehow benefit from destroying its biggest market for agricultural and energy sales."