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Belarus to take Poland to Int’l Criminal Court?

07.01.2022 17:00
Belarus is considering taking Poland to the International Criminal Court in The Hague, an official said on Friday.
Stanisław Żaryn
Stanisław ŻarynAndrzej Hulimka / Forum

According to Stanisław Żaryn, spokesman for Poland’s security services, the charges were based on the testimony of a Polish soldier who defected to Belarus last month and who was deployed on the Polish-Belarusian border during the migrant crisis.

The soldier, identified as Emil Cz., then appeared in Belarusian state media, accusing Poland of committing crimes against migrants trying to cross the border to Poland.

“There is no absurdity which can't be gladly adopted by the Belarusian propaganda to attack Poland,” Żaryn tweeted on Friday.

“The Belarusian media have announced [...] that charges are being brought against Poland to the court in The Hague”, he added.

“The Lukashenko regime wants to use the unreliable accounts of a deserter as 'evidence' of alleged 'crimes' it has gathered against Poland”, Żaryn wrote.

He also said that Russia’s foreign ministry has declared its support for the charges.

Source: PAP