Poland plans to construct a wall on its border with Belarus in a bid to stem the movement of migrants attempting to cross, in response to a draft invoice to be debated in parliament.
The wall is estimated to value €353m to assemble and can embrace movement detectors.
"The number of attempts to cross the border is growing," the federal government mentioned within the justification for the laws.
The draft legislation additionally states that the general public will not be allowed inside 200 metres of the barrier.
Thousands of migrants – largely from the Middle East and Africa – have tried to cross the Polish border from Belarus since August.
The European Union has mentioned the inflow has been intentionally engineered by the Belarusian regime as a method of retaliating towards EU sanctions.
Poland has responded to the unprecedented migrant arrivals by sending hundreds of troopers to the border and implementing a state of emergency there, in addition to constructing a razor-wire fence.
Poland was certainly one of 12 member states that final week requested the EU to pay for border "barriers" to cease migrants from coming into.
The plans for the wall had been instantly criticised by non-governmental organisations, which have accused the Polish authorities of a heavy-handed response to the migrant inflow and have warned of more and more harmful circumstances.
The state of emergency, which prevents journalists and charity staff from going close to the frontier, has proved notably controversial and the EU has known as for "transparency".
primarily based on website supplies www.rte.ie