Poland has been alerted to a massive attack by migrants tonight at the border with Belarus, following intelligence about an enormous buildup of enemy soldiers.

Polish Border Force officers claim that the Belarusian counterparts of their Polish Border Force are giving instructions to thousands of migrants in need.

It is thought that the attack was planned to target Kuznica (one of two major crossing points between Poland and Belarus).

MailOnline received a statement from the Polish Border Force confirming that it observed additional groups of officers in Belarusian military services positioned in Kuznica.

“We’re noticing an uproar among the migrants. A TV broadcast van is available.

He also said that some tents were starting to disappear. Belarusian service provides instructions, gas and equipment to migrants.

“You can clearly see that Belarus is getting ready to make a huge attempt today at crossing the border.

“Our forces can be mobilized.”

The Polish Border Force reported that Belarusian troops orchestrated two large-scale migrant incursions into Poland, where 77 persons were held and later deported.

Another 150 people managed to escape capture and seek sanctuary in the EU.

Soldiers from the Polish Armed Forces patrol the Belarus-Polish border on November 11, 2021 in Kuznica, Poland. The situation on the border between Poland and Belarus continues to intensify, as hundreds of migrants arrive at the Polish border to join the EU.

Polish Armed Forces soldiers patrol the Belarus-Polish frontier on November 11, 2021 at Kuznica in Poland. As hundreds of migrants attempt to enter the EU, the situation at the border between Poland & Belarus is getting worse.

In this handout image issued by the Polish Ministry of National Defence, soldiers from the Polish Armed Forces rest whilst patrolling the Belarus-Polish border on November 11, 2021 in Kuznica, Poland. The Polish Border Force is expecting a major surge of migrants at the border tonight

The Polish Ministry of National Defence has issued this handout picture. It shows Polish Armed Forces soldiers resting as they guard the border between Belarus and Poland on November 11th, 2021, Kuznica. Today’s Polish Border Force expects a large influx of migrants to the border.

Stanislaw Zaryn, Security Services Minister, stated that “more people are appearing at the border of Belarus and Poland. This is escalating this situation.”

He posted a picture of an unidentified male on Twitter and said that he had fired shots into the air before trying to destroy the Polish border barrier.

Poland’s Ministry of National Defence uploaded a video of hundreds of migrants hiding behind barbed wire fences on the Belarusian side of border. The caption reads: ‘Additional officers of Belarusian services are now in the Kuznica area. The migrants are moving in a visible manner.

On Saturday, around 50 migrants were reported to have crossed the Polish-Belarusian frontier near Starzyna.

Poland currently has around 15,000 soldiers, and border police and border guards are on the frontier.

Grupa Granica NGO stated that they had been informed by Belarus of attempts to force migrants into violence against Polish officers.

“Due to the danger of violence escalate, we want to remind everyone that migrants aren’t aggressors but hostages under Lukashenko’s regim,” it said.

Anton Bychkovsky of the Belarusian State Border Guard Committee stated that these accusations are disinformation. He said, “It doesn’t correspond with reality.”

Migrants gather for the distribution of humanitarian aid in a makeshift camp on the Belarusian-Polish border in the Grodno region, Belarus November 13, 2021. Thousands of migrants have been camped out on the border roads and in nearby forests in freezing conditions for weeks

In a camp made up of migrants, humanitarian aid was distributed in a tent at the border between Belarus and Poland in Grodno. This is Belarus’s November 13th 2021. Since weeks, thousands have camped in the forests and on roads near borders in freezing temperatures.

Belarusian servicemen set a tent for migrants gathering at the Belarus-Poland border near Grodno, Belarus, Saturday, Nov. 13

A tent was set up by Belarusian troops for migrants that was gathered at the Belarus–Poland border in Grodno on Saturday, Nov. 13.

A spokesman for the Polish Border Guard told MailOnline: 'After a 'quiet' night in the vicinity of the camp in Kuznica, we are currently observing that more groups of armed officers of Belarusian services are located in the place. Some tents are starting to disappear. Migrants get instructions, equipment and gas from Belarusian services'.

MailOnline received a statement from the Polish Border Guard stating that after spending a peaceful night near Kuznica camp, it was discovered that there are now more armed officers belonging to the Belarusian service. Some tents have begun to vanish. Belarusian authorities provide instructions and supplies gas to migrants.

Today’s Polish Prime Minister called upon NATO to implement ‘concrete measures’ to end the migration crisis along the Belarusian border. Additionally, he suggested that Poland, Lithuania, Latvia and other countries may request to consult under Article 4 in the Alliance’s treaty.

An ally can ask for consultations under Article 4, whenever their territorial integrity, independence political or security are threatened.

Mateusz Morawiecki stated to PAP, the Polish state-run news agency that it is more than enough to simply express concern. Now we must take concrete steps as well as the support of all the alliance members.

Morawiecki made the statements shortly after Belarusian. authorities ordered troops to help asylum seekers break through the frontier fence at two remote locations last night near the towns of Dubicze Cerkiewne and Kolonia Klulowicze, away from the main focus Poland’s defences.

Some 77 were detained by the Polish Border Force and returned to Belarus. However, 150 other people managed to evade capture and now seek refuge in the EU.

'It is not enough just for us to publicly express our concern - now we need concrete steps and the commitment of the entire alliance,' Mateusz Morawiecki told Polish state-run news agency PAP.

Mateusz Morawiecki stated to PAP, the Polish state-run news agency that it is more than enough to simply express concern. Now we must take concrete steps as well as the support of all the alliance members.

A Border Force spokesman told MailOnline: ‘Last night there were two attempts to cross the border from Belarus by force, at Dubicze Cerkiewne and Kolonia Klukowicze.

‘Yesterday we recorded 223 attempts to illegally cross the border from Belarus.

‘Deportation from the Republic of Poland orders were issued against 77 people.’

A spokesperson could not provide any explanations for the actions of the remaining 146 people who illegally crossed into Poland.

Yesterday saw Polish soldiers patrolling the border, looking for the migrants fugitive.

One patrol was equipped with machine guns, radios and night-vision glasses, as well as telescopic rifles.

The day-trippers were ordered to show their ID papers and account for their movements by a nervous Polish Army officer who poured over a detailed map of the forest – which spans the frontier with Belarus.

This viewpoint overlooks the woods and swamplands where moose can graze. It is also one of the few remaining natural habitats for the European bison.

Yesterday Warsaw exposed how Belarus used tear gas to arm migrants and to knock down border posts in order to send asylum seekers across the border to Poland. 

British Army engineers were deployed to Poland’s frontier to assist them, and Russian paratroopers performed a military exercise at the border to show support to Belarus.

British Special Forces are on Alert to Be Deployed to Ukraine. The Red Army at the border has risen to 100,000 soldiers and Russian Navy follows US warships in Black Sea. 

An additional 600 UK soldiers are on alert to be deployed in Ukraine as a precautionary measure against Russian forces nearing the border. 

Parachute Regiment units and SAS unit are in preparation for an emergency deployment. This is after Defence Chiefs and Head of MI6 informed Downing Street that Russian troop movement poses a threat to Ukraine. 

Mirror source: ‘The brigade’s high readiness component was informed it could be required to deploy on short notice’

“Between 400 to 600 soldiers are prepared. They have packed their equipment and are prepared to take off for Ukraine. They are trained to handle both.

The move comes amid increasing tensions throughout Europe Russia’s President Vladimir Putin has been urged to step in for the “shameful, manufactured migrant crises” that is raging at the border of Belarus and Poland by Foreign Secretary Liz Truss.

Liz Truss today declared that Russia has a ‘clear responsibility’ to end the escalating migrant stand-off, adding the UK ‘will not look away’ as a large number of migrants gather on the Belarusian side of the border, with Polish authorities reporting daily new attempts by the migrants to breach the divide.