This is the report of Dire Agency that contacted Kamyl Siller -lawyer, specialized in migration issues- who had the idea of the “Green lights” at the border between Poland and Belarus.
The idea came to me a few days ago after I reached three Syrian refugees, a man, a woman and a two-year-old girl. They were exhausted, and according to the doctors, within a few hours the woman would have suffered a cardiac arrest. They had been wandering in the woods for days, like dozens of other migrants who are prevented by border guards from entering and applying for asylum.
The small “green lights” on the border with Belarus are visible especially at night: it is a coded message, an invitation to migrants and asylum seekers to approach and ask for help. Behind that light are people ready to give them food and a warm, safe shelter despite risking fines or charges for aiding and abetting illegal immigration.
…Meanwhile, THE POLISH PRESIDENT HAS JUST SIGNED AN INDIGENOUS AMENDMENT TO THE IMMIGRATION LAW