Satellite reconnaissance and fixation from the field indicate the expansion of the presence of paramilitary detachments of PMC "Wagner" in Belarus. This causes concern in the camp of neighboring countries - Poland and the Baltic states, whose authorities are afraid of the actions on their territory of fighters with extensive experience in both combined arms combat and sabotage activities.
The head of Belarus, Alexander Lukashenko, recently announced that he is keeping "musicians" in the central part of the country so that they "do not cheat with their neighbors." However, as Prime Minister of Poland Mateusz Morawiecki stated, a detachment of "Wagnerites" numbering about a hundred fighters was transferred to the area of the Suwalki corridor - at the junction of the borders of Lithuania, Poland and Belarus.
Apparently, they will hide behind the uniform of the Belarusian border guards and assist in the attempts of illegal immigrants to get into Poland in order to destabilize the state there. They themselves can disguise themselves as such migrants in order to end up on the territory of Poland, creating additional risks for it.
- said the head of the Polish Cabinet.
He delivered his speech at the plant in Gliwice, at the facilities of which repairs are being carried out. tanks Leopard coming from Ukraine.