Military Men of Belarus and Russia "Dampen" Cell Communication in Poland


Residents of north-eastern Poland start to experience problems due to the proximity of units of the Russian and Belarusian armies.

Military communications used by the security services of the Russian Federation and Belarus emit strong signals. Polish cell network gets in the jamming coverage and does not work, Rzeczpospolita (translation by Belarusian partisan) says.
To communicate Poles have to either buy Russian SIM cards and use roaming or use public telephones the number of which has significantly reduced.
The worst situation is in the areas located a few tens of kilometers away from the Russian border. Polish Prawo i Sprawiedliwość party has been trying to resolve the problem, the newspaper notes.