Mariusz Błaszczak’s words came after Polish officials said a day earlier that 12 security force members suffered injuries as large groups of migrants bombarded them with stones at the Poland-Belarus border crossing in Kuźnica.
“We have to prepare for months, if not years,” he added.
Since September 2, Warsaw has kept the border zone under a state of emergency in the face of the migrant pressure.
Poland also plans to build a solid fence along the Belarus frontier, crowned with barbed wire and fitted with electronic surveillance devices. The protective wall is due to be ready by mid-2022.
EU, NATO, US, UN nations condemn Belarus….