Baghdad: There is no evidence of the execution of Iraqi migrants at the Polish border

23 June, 2022
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Baghdad: There is no evidence of the execution of Iraqi migrants at the Polish border

The Iraqi Foreign Ministry announced that there is no evidence to prove that the Polish army carried out mass executions of Iraqi immigrants on the Polish side of the border with Belarus.


The ministry's spokesman, Ahmed Al-Sahhaf, stated that the Iraqi embassy in Warsaw had previously directed the importance of coordination with the Polish side, following information circulated by the media at the time about the dangers that Iraqi immigrants were exposed to.

And the Iraqi News Agency quoted Al-Sahaf, that since February 7, the embassy began "high-level coordination and investigation through the relevant authorities in Poland, and it was proven that the news issued by foreign and local media were incorrect."


The ministry stressed that there is "no significant documentary and legal evidence, such as eyewitnesses, videos or photos, indicating that mass executions took place on the Polish-Belarusian border, in addition to the fact that no Iraqis have been reported to the country."


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