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michael norton

The new Polland – Belarus razor-wire-wall may also be part of the annoyance between Poland and the E.U.
BBC

“Poland has responded to the influx of migrants by building a razor-wire-fence and sending thousands of troops to secure it. Poland has been criticised for pushing back migrants and refugees at the border. Poland has imposed a state of emergency, effectively banning journalists and aid workers from accessing the border. Last week, Poland was among 10 member states that asked the E.U. to pay for “barriers” to block migrants from entering. But E.U. chief Ursula von der Leyen refused.”

It seems the E.U. have fallen out of love with Poland. For the E.U. Poland was the BIG Success of the Eastern European acquisition states, almost the only country to have continual growth. Elon Musk chose his site for his Giggafactory to the South East of Berlin, as it is on the main railway line to Silesia, where the Copper and Nickel comes from.
Many keen Polish workers will work in his factory, Germans now not so keen to do robot work.