The European Union is divided on how to respond to a migration crisis in the Baltics.
Belarus is accused of giving tourist visas to refugees and migrants from Afghanistan, Iraq and Syria and then helping them cross the border into the bloc.
Poland has recorded 16,000 attempts since August.
The EU is calling it “state-sponsored smuggling”, in retaliation for sanctions it imposed on Minsk for cracking down on dissent.
Refugees are stuck in the middle. Could this standoff lead to a humanitarian crisis?
Presenter: Mohammed Jamjoom
Jaroslav Romanchuk – Presdent of Mises Scientific Research Center and former Belarussian presidential candidate
Karel Lannoo – Chief executive of Centre for European Policy Studies