ECHR has banned the expulsion of migrants from Poland back to Belarus

The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) ruled that refugees who are on the territory of Poland and applied to the judicial authority cannot be expelled to Belarus. This was reported by the press service of the court.

“In most of the applications, the plaintiffs stated that they were on Polish territory, and asked not to be expelled to Belarus. The Court applied Rule 39 [ECtHR Rules] & lt; … & gt; and ruled that the applicants cannot be expelled from Poland if they are in fact on Polish territory, '', & mdash; the message says.

The press service clarified that the court received 47 applications for interim measures from 198 migrants. In 44 applications the applicants indicated that they were on the territory of Poland and asked for international protection. Another appeal was filed against Latvia and two against Lithuania. Interim measures are not currently being applied to applications that were filed against the Baltic countries.

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