The vast majority of migrants transferred to an ‘open house’ lodging centre run by a Polish foundation have remaining it, and have probably also left the state, a spokeswoman for the Polish Border Guard has explained.
Anna Michalska instructed a Monday press convention that people today who cross the Polish border illegally are transferred largely to guarded detention centres for foreigners. But at times, because of to their weak wellbeing, they can be sent to an open lodging centre operate by the Dialog Foundation, which cooperates with the Border Guard.
On the other hand, she mentioned that a bulk of individuals transferred to the Dialog facility have now moved on.
“From August 1 till right now, we handed in excess of 286 such men and women to the Dialog Basis… of these folks, 258 men and women still left the open household… despite the actuality that they at first declared their intention to keep in Poland,” she said.
“They are likely not on Polish territory… they have in all probability remaining for other EU nations,” she added.
She reiterated that the nations of Western Europe are the preferred locations of migrants instead than Poland.
The price of preserving foreigners in the Dialog’s open household is borne by the Border Guard.
“The cost for these 286 men and women amounted to PLN 1.5 million (EUR 319,000), of which half a million zlotys (EUR 106,000) was expended only on psychological and health care enable, which includes dental procedure,” Michalska said.
Poland has been struggling to stem a wave of migrants seeking to cross its jap border from Belarus. EU customers accuse the Belarusian president, Alexander Lukashenko, of instigating the disaster in buy to destabilise the bloc.
Considering the fact that the commencing of the year, there have been nearly 40,000 tries to illegally cross the Polish border from Belarus, which includes above 8,000 in November and approximately 17,300 in Oct.