The refugees on the Belarusian-Polish border in the morning of November 15 laid down their tents and gathered at the Bruzgi checkpoint.
About two thousand people, including women with children, continue the sit-in action here.
Polish security forces have taken intensified measures at the border, where earlier migrants broke through barbed wire fences.
According to the Belarusian border service, about 2,100 migrant groups arrived at the Belarusian-Polish border near the Bruzgi checkpoint.
On the border of Belarus and Poland, from November 8, about two thousand migrants continue to stay in tents set up in a wooded area.
Most of the migrants who received a visa to Belarus in Iraq are located in the area of the city of Grodno. People trying to reach the countries of Europe spend nights in tents at subzero temperatures.
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