Belarus has said that more than 100 refugees flown home over the past few days as the border crisis continues.
Minsk also claimed that further repatriation flights will take place on Tuesday.
118 people left on Monday from the country’s national airport in the capital, Minsk.
The migration crisis began in August and recently escalated, with thousands travelling to Belarus in hopes of entering the EU.
Their numbers have unprecedentedly risen over the past few weeks amid tension between Belarus and Poland.
Poland says it has stopped refugees’ attempts to enter the country, accusing Belarus of pushing migrants to the border.
A state of emergency has restricted access to the border on the Polish side, making it difficult to verify her account.
Poland has earlier deployed 3,000 more soldiers to strengthen the border as tension mount between the two countries
Poland has also accused Belarus of continuing to bringing more migrants to its border despite clearing border camps.
The European Union earlier accused Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko of deliberately attempting to flood the bloc with migrants in retaliation for sanctions against the country.
The accusation suggests the crisis has not been resolved by an apparent change of tack by Minsk.