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Refugees who captured train, are sent back to camps2009-12-16 17:16
Refugees from Caucasus, who yesterday captured a train and intended to get to Strasbourg, are being sent back to Polish refugee centers.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to Marek Sukennik, the representative of a local department of border guard, 158 protocols over illegal crossing of the state border written - RIA Novosti.
Yesterday refugees from Russia [Chechnya and Ingushetia] and Georgia rashed into train without tickets and intended to get to Strasbourg to complain about bad conditions in Polish camps for refugees.
They demanded for the official status of refugees [had none at the moment] and better food. At Polish-German border Polish police drew them from the train, and they spent the night in Zgorzelec.
Sukennik explained that foreigners without official status of refugee cannot cross borders even despite being in Shengen space. He mentioned there were 64 children among the detained.
155 were sent to the refugee center in Dembak. According to the Polish border police representative, three will be put in the special guarded center, as their term of stay in Poland finished, and they're staying illegally.