In an interview with the German newspaper BILD, Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki described his country as "a defender of the whole of Europe from a mass influx of migrants" from Belarus.

"The situation [on the border with Belarus] is stable at the moment, but it is becoming more and more dangerous.

"Belarus uses migrants as a weapon," Moravetsky said.

At the same time, he added that the final destinations of migrants are Germany, France and the Netherlands.

"In this way, we are defending the whole of Europe on our border," he said.

Morawiecki stressed that if Poland is unable to defend its borders, hundreds of millions of refugees from Africa or the Middle East will try to reach Europe, especially Germany. "More than 80 million people live in Germany - could you allow another 50 million to come? I think people in Germany would be unhappy because they want to maintain their standard of living. They want to preserve their culture, "Moravetsky explained. Thus, according to him, it is necessary to use all means of protection against illegal immigrants. "Whether it's a wall, a fence or electronic systems that immediately report any intrusion," Moravetsky continued. He also announced in the near future the emergence of a special information center for journalists on the border with Belarus,thanks to which the representatives of the media will be able to receive reliable information about what is happening.

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At the same time, the head of the Polish government criticized the migration policy of the acting

German Chancellor Angela Merkel in 2015 "I think that the policy of five or six years ago was not adequate.

It has threatened the sovereignty of many European countries and created artificial multiculturalism.

This was a dangerous policy for Europe and for the whole world ", the Prime Minister of Poland concluded, informs" Focus ".

On Wednesday, Merkel held a telephone conversation with Moravetsky, during which the two discussed the migration crisis on the EU's eastern borders.

The leaders agreed to coordinate their actions in the "alarming situation" at the community's external borders.

At the same time, Merkel, according to her official spokeswoman Steffen Seibert, has assured of her full solidarity with Poland.