The Polish prime minister was quoted as stating on Sunday that NATO must take “real steps” to tackle the migrant situation on the Belarus border, adding that Poland, Lithuania, and Latvia may request discussions under the alliance’s charter. Thousands of migrants have traveled to Belarus in the hopes of entering the European Union (EU), only to be stuck on the border in subzero temperatures. The EU accuses Minsk of creating the situation in order to put stress on the EU over penalties, although Belarus has rejected this repetitively. Some regional governments have alerted that the stalemate could turn into a military battle. Any partner can seek discussions under Article 4 of the NATO agreement anytime their territorial sovereignty, self-government, or safety is jeopardized, in their view.
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