The press secretary of the Belarusian leader Natalya Eismont told about it in more detail.

“The EU is creating a humanitarian corridor for 2,000 refugees who are in the camp.

We undertake to assist ... the remaining 5 thousand to return to their homeland, ”BelTA quotes Eismont.

She explained that, according to the agreements, Merkel will have to negotiate with the European Union, including on organizing a humcorridor in Germany.

The Council of the Republic previously announced the intentions of the Belarusian authorities to begin vaccination of refugees on the border with Poland against coronavirus from November 18.

According to the State Border Committee of Belarus, about 2 thousand migrants continue to stay near the Belarusian-Polish border.

More than a thousand refugees were accommodated in the Bruzgi transport and logistics center in Belarus.